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The  Executive Committee  is delighted to invite you to Glasgow to participate and share in the 11th Biomaterials Congress WBC2020 19-24 May 2020. You will experience the exciting city of Glasgow, steeped with culture and history and the  SEC  conference venue on the banks of the River Clyde. The conference promises a diverse and interesting programme, an international forum for the presentation and discussion of cutting-edge research related to the interactions of biological systems with engineered, synthetic and natural materials. It is an occasion to meet, to listen, To discuss, to share knowledge and bring together inspired biomaterials people.

We-most welcome researchers and we will promote interactions with prominent senior investigators in the field as well as scientists from leading biomedical companies. We hope the Congress will provide a forum to exchange scientific ideas, inspire new research, and new contacts for closer Collaboration, so that we can, together, define the future for our young (and not so young) researchers who are today's reality and tomorrow's future.

We encourage you to stay connected during the lead up to WBC2020, keep us proactive and help us to shape the future of Biomaterials.  Join the mailing list  to get the latest news.

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The Executive Committee 
Lucy Di Silvio 
Nicholas Dunne 
Liz Tanner 

Pioneering biomaterials for global wellbeing  
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Call for paper

Committee

Professor Lucy Di Silvio
WBC 2020 Co-chair

Professor Nicholas Dunne
WBC 2020 Treasurer

Professor Elizabeth Tanner
WBC 2020 Co-Chair

Local Organising Committee

Committee Member

Affiliation

Morgan Alexander

Nottingham 

Catherine Berry

Glasgow

Serena Best 

Cambridge 

Manus Biggs

NUI Galway

Richard Black

Strathclyde

Adrian Boyd

Ulster

Martin Browne

Southampton

Fraser Buchanan

Queen's Belfast

Conor Buckley

TCD Dublin

Darren Burke

MTS

Ruth Cameron

Cambridge 

Sarah Cartmell

Manchester

Owen Clarkin

Dublin City University

Sofie Cox

Birmingham

Jude Curran

Liverpool 

Matt Dalby

Glasgow

Sanjukta Deb

KCL London

Eamon DeBarra

Limerick

Ryan Donnelly

Queen's Belfast

Garry Duffy

NUI Galway

Mohan Edrinsinghe

UCL London 

Alicia ElHaj

Keele

Sam Evans

Cardiff

David Fitzpatrick

UCD Dublin

Eileen Gentleman

KCL London

Theoni Georgiou

Imperial London

Iain Gibson

Aberdeen

Julie Gough

Manchester

Helen Grant

Strathclyde

Liam Grover

Birmingham

Andrew Hamilton

Queen's Belfast

Russ Harris

Leeds

Paul Hatton

Sheffield

John Haycock

Sheffield

Karin Hing

QMUL London

David Hoey

TCD Dublin

Jie Huang

UCL London 

John Hunt

Nottingham Trent

Julian Jones

Imperial London

Cathal Kearney

RCSI Dublin

Danny Kelly

TCD Dublin

Jonathan Knowles

UCL London 

Tanya Levingstone

Dublin City University

Helen McCarthy

Queen's Belfast

Gareth McGuiness

Dublin City University

Laoise McNamara

NUI Galway

Alvaro Mata

QMUL London

Brian Meenan

Ulster

Eoin O'Cearbhaill

UCD Dublin

Richard Oreffo

Southampton

Michelle Oyen

Cambridge 

Mangala Patel

QMUL London

Elise Pegg

Bath

Itesham Rehman

Sheffield

Mathis Rhiele

Glasgow

Paul Roach

Loughborough 

Tracy Robson

RCSI Dublin

Vahid Sahid

Plymouth

Manuel Salmeron

Sanchez

Glasgow

Colin Scotchford

Nottingham 

Eleanor Stride

Oxford

Bo Su

Bristol

Ian Thompson 

KCL London

Ruth Wilcox

Leeds

Rachel Williams

Liverpool 

David Woods

Leeds

Anne Young

UCL London 

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  • wbc2020@mci-group.com
  • +44 (0) 1730 821969