School Annual Research Meeting 2013
17-18 June 2013
The Medical School is holding its ninth successive annual Research Meeting on 17-18 June 2013 in the Octagon Centre (poster presentations) and Student Auditorium (oral presentations), University of Sheffield.
The meeting will begin on Monday 17th June 2013 with a short programme of events, developed by the Medical School's Research Staff Association members, entitled "Knowing me, Knowing you - Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in YOUR Research".
This session will follow at 16:00 with a wine reception and poster session with more informal poster walks.
On Tuesday 17th June 2013 presentations will be from selected abstracts from staff in the Medical School and clinical colleagues from the local Trusts.
Professor Martin Wilkins (Imperial College, London) is our invited guest and judge of the School's Research Meeting. He will give a talk at 12noon on Tuesday 17th June in the Octagon Centre entitled "Why drugs fail in clinical development: lessons from pulmonary arterial hypertension".
A poster session and rep fair will be held over lunch in the Octagon Centre.
Aim of the Annual Research Meeting
The aim of the School's Annual Research Meeting is to bring together all members of the School, to encourage the presentation of high quality research by members of the School and to illustrate the breadth of clinical and scientific research currently in progress.
This will be showcased by a series of lectures, short oral and poster presentations.
Prizes will be awarded for the best short talk and poster.
Click here to register for the meeting.