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Seminars for All

Wound Healing: 

Collaboration and

innovation for

health and wealth

 Workshop 

On - Wednesday 3rd February 2016, 1:00-17:00pm 

                         17:00 - 18:00pm Networking session

Venue: The Michael Griffith Lecture theatre, University Hospital Wales

 

We look forward to welcoming our invited speakers at this half day workshop on wound healing.

Professor Sue Bale, OBE, "SEWAHSP-Working together for success"

Professor Bale is an Honorary Professor School of Healthcare Sciences Cardiff University; Honorary Professor Faculty of Health;  Sport and Science University of South Wales; Director of Research Aneurin Bevan and Director South East Wales Academic Health Science Partnership (SEWAHSP);

Professor Dan Bader, Professor of Bio-Engineering and Tissue Health, Southampton University,"Bioengineering strategies to minimise damage in vulnerable skin";

Professor Michael Clark, Professor of Wound Healing Birmingham City University, Director Welsh Wound Innovation Centre and Director Welsh Wound Network, "Meeting the challenge of wounds in Wales";

Dr Yamni Nigam, Associate Professor of Biomedical Studies, Swansea University, "Medicinal maggots: the science behind the therapy";

Dr Ernest Azzopardi, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Plastic and Reconstructive Burns Surgery, Swansea University 
"The surgeon scientist's view: Supply, demand and the clinical perspective"

Dr Jane Davies, Research Associate South East Wales Trials Unit, Cardiff University "The utility of pulse volume waveform analysis for lower limb wound care";

Dr Judith White, Cedar, Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board (UHB) and Cardiff University "Non-contact low-frequency ultrasound (NFLU) for venous leg ulcers: bridging the evidence gap through a NICE-facilitated randomised controlled trial’;

Dr Toby Jenkins, School of Chemistry, University of Bath, "Development of a diagnostic wound dressing for detecting change in wound pathology"

Rachael Moses, School of Dentistry, Cardiff University‘Identification of gene expression profiles underlying preferentially stimulated keratinocyte wound healing responses and re-epithelisation by novel epoxy-tigliane pharmaceuticals’.

 

A full programme for the workshop will be available on the CITER website as soon as it is confirmed.

To register for this afternoon workshop then please contact CITER Administrator Jane Graves, GravesJA@cf.ac.uk .

 

With thanks to our sponsors

 

 

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