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Advances in Biophotonics

Significant advances in photonics are having an ever increasing impact across the biomedical and life sciences, leading to changes in clinical practice. In particular there is an increasing awareness of the potential for solving health challenges in low income nations.

The conference aim is to fire your imagination. Whilst it will address advances in imaging, biomedical spectroscopy, quantitative imaging, super resolution microscopy and other topical subjects, the conference will also examine the application of biophotonic devices for global health.

It will look at real-world clinical applications and new diagnostic uses, the deployment and the translation of optical sciences and light based technologies.

This is the ninth conference which changes venue from year to year.

The conference programme comprises presentations by invited speakers from academia and selected professional updates from industry, there will be a ‘poster session’ of contributed papers from early career scientists who are researching novel and exciting new techniques or unique applications.

Speakers confirmed to date include:

Prof John Spencer, University of East Anglia
Dr Leo Carlin, Cancer Research UK, Beatson Institute
Dr Ricardo Henriques, UCL, MRC LMCB
Dr Sarah Lloyd-Fox, Birkbeck, University of London
Prof. Sumeet Mahajan, University of Southampton
Dr Peter Munro, UCL
Dr Dylan Owen,Kings College London
Dr Francesca Palombo, University of Exeter

To view Announcement and Call for Posters click here:

Poster competition

Join in and present your work at the ‘Advances in Biophotonics’ conference poster session.


Poster Submission

The abstract should fit on one single page (maximum) and may be shorter. Suggested length is 200-300 words and should not contain more than one figure. The book of abstracts will be printed black/white so please make sure that any color graphs are compatible with that.

Posters should be prepared in PORTRAIT format. Poster boards can hold posters up to DIN A1 which corresponds approximately to 59 cm in width and 84 cm in height.

Authors should complete a MSWord template downloadable from the website here:

>>Template for poster submission<<

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Dr Christopher Dunsby, Photonics, Department of Physics and the Division of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Medicine. Imperial College London.

Dr Ilias Tachtsidis, Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, University College London.

Dr Pete Tomlins,
Centre for Diagnostic and Oral Sciences. Queen Mary, University of London.

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