CITER Soc (previously known as Postgrad@CITER) is an interdisciplinary student-led research group for all Cardiff University postgraduates and postdocs interested in Tissue Engineering, Regeneration and Rehabilitation. Whether your interest is in Law, Ethics, Biological or Social Sciences, CITER Soc needs you.
Our aim is to bring students together from across all schools, colleges and research disciplines to network and share ideas, access news and information about other Tissue Engineering/Regenerative Medicine organisations and deliver a series of talks and poster presentations with a strong Tissue Engineering, Regeneration and Rehabilitation theme.
"Cuisine Curiosity: The Facts about Our Food"
School of Optometry and Vision Sciences, Maindy Road
Wednesday 3rd December 2014
CITER Soc is organising a FREE workshop to take place on 3 December 2014 at the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences, Cardiff University.
We have organised an exciting line up of speakers who will deliver talks on various aspects of food:
▪ Prof Anne Murcott, SOAS University of London, "Food choice, what choice? sociological and social anthropological contributions to understanding why we eat what we do"
▪ Dr David Baines, "Chemistry of cooking"
▪ Prof Rose Cooper, Cardiff Metropolitan University, "Honey for wounds: a sweet solution or a sticky subject"
▪ Christina Potter, Bristol University, "Investigating differences in beliefs about portion preference, tolerance and intermittent fasting"
Sound interesting?? We thought so.
Registration and lunch (limited places available) begin at 12.45 pm.
Our speakers start at 1.25pm and the workshop will close at 5.00 pm.
Mark your diaries and e-mail Jane Graves, CITER Administrator GravesJA@cf.ac.uk to register for lunch and your attendance at the workshop.
We are very grateful to the University Graduate College for supporting this event.
Please visit our website for upcoming events and if you wish to become a member of CITER Soc or if you have any questions please contact Emma Board Davies BoardDaviesEL@cf.ac.uk or Stacy Littlechild LittlechildSL@cf.ac.uk .