Optimising knee therapies science day conference

We are pleased to invite you to the 'Annual optimising knee therapies' science day conference on 11 January 2018.

Researchers from the University of Leeds will be presenting the latest research from our EPSRC Programme Grant, alongside invited keynote speakers from other UK academic and clinical centres. There will also be a clinical debate with leading knee specialists and opportunities to discuss our future research activities.

The event will take place at Weetwood Hall. There is free parking onsite and regular bus links to Leeds city centre. Please book your place with EventBrite, registration is free and includes a networking lunch.

Although the focus will be on the knee, the meeting will be of interest to those involved in musculoskeletal devices and preclinical testing.

Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering, The University of Leeds

The Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering at Leeds is dedicated to improving the quality of life of an ageing population. Driven by clinical challenges, they undertake solution focused pioneering research and education in the fields of medical devices and regenerative medicine, innovating and translating novel therapies into practical clinical applications.

Their expertise is in the area of musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems with research focusing on three main areas - Joint Replacement, Tissue Re-engineering and Functional Spinal Interventions.

Further information

For more information register on EventBrite or send an email regarding any enquiries.