Future and past events
|Liver cancer: the impending epidemic. Wed 14th March 2018|
Held by Rachel Guest, Division of Clinical Health Sciences, UoE and Luke Boulter, MRC Human Genetics Unit.
Come along to hear about the continuous work being carried out in Edinburgh to try and fight pariah cancer.
The effect of being born early on children and young people. Wed 21st February 2018
Held by James Boardman, MRC Centre for Reproductive Health and Sue Fletcher-Watson, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences.
Come along to hear how our knowledge of early birth and their effects, have been expanded through brain scans.
A fat lot of good. Appendicitis and the benefits of specialised fat tissue. Wed 24th January 2018
Held by Damien Mole, Clinical Surgery and MRC Centre for Inflammation Research; and Cecile Benezech, BHF/UoE Centre for Cardiovascular Science.
Come along to hear about the current research on inflammation and the omentum.
Preterm birth: can we do better? Wed 6th December 2017
Held by Sarah Stock, MRC Centre for Reproductive Health and Karen Chapman, BHF/UoE Centre for Cardiovascular Science.
Come along to hear about the ongoing research carried out in Edinburgh, for the prevention of preterm birth.
Vitamin D – hope or hype? Wed 15th November 2017.
Held by Richard Mellanby and Iris Mair, at the MRC Centre for Inflammation Research.
Come along to hear how a veterinarian's studies on dogs were climatic in the findings of vitamin D and to further understand, just how important vitamin D is to our health.
This year's PhD networking event, will be held at Paterson's Land, Edinburgh on 25 October 2017.
As usual all students from the University of Edinburgh or Heriot Watt University, with an interest in imaging are welcome to attend. There will also be the opportunity to present a poster or give a brief talk on your research - with fantastic prizes of up to £150!
Book your place today - Eventbrite .
This year's SANON-SINAPSE meeting will be held in Edinburgh on 28 Sept 2017.
The 2017 meeting will aim to build on the progress made in previous sessions and develop a Scottish ‘Network of Excellence’ for imaging research in neuro-oncology. The meeting will be of most value to researchers involved in imaging in neuro-oncology.
Full details - here
The UK City of Culture 2017, Hull, will host the 1-day event on 1st September, allowing the UK PET Chemists to meet and discuss recent results and developments in the PET radiochemistry field.
To register please obtain tickets from https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uk-pet-chemistry-meeting-2017-tickets-35589198250. The registration deadline is the 7th August 2017.
For its 21st anniversary, the MIUA conference is returning to Scotland, with the conference being held in Edinburgh.
Full details available: www.miua2017.wordpress.com
A detailed programme of speakers is available from our News section..
There will also be the opportunity for guests to visit our imaging facilities at the Bioquarter Campus, including our MRPET, PETCT and our 3T MRI (neuro-optimised) scanners.
Free of charge but registration is essential - we are now full, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list.
Focusing on the latest developments in MR techniques and their applications to dementia research.
To Register please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dementia-mri-conference-2017-tickets-28917406742?aff=eac2
More information can be found on our web page http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/conferences/2017-dementia-mri-conference
Mornings are dedicated to lectures and will take place 7 George Square (Psychology building - Lecture theatre F21) - note the doors open at 8.00
Beginners will have afternoon practical courses 9 George Street - in the Greenfield Suite, where enough computer are available to work either by yourself or in pair (as you wish)
Advanced users will have afternoon workshops in the Biomedical Teaching Organization facilities, Teviot Place
Held at the Scottish Health Service Centre, Edinburgh
The annual Edinburgh Super-Resolution Imaging Consortium (ESRIC) Meeting promotes interdisciplinary research in advanced and super-resolution optical imaging and its application to biomedical science. A variety of speakers from around Edinburgh who will be talking about their use of Advanced imaging including Super-resolution, Spinning disk, AFM, Probes, Visualising Cancer and other Diseases.
Professor Gabriel Rinkel, Professor and Chair of Neurology from University Medical Center Utrecht, will be presenting on Thursday 8 December at 5pm, on
‘Unruptured intracranial aneurysms: a ticking time bomb to deactivate by surgical, endovascular or medical treatment?’
All Graduates and Senior Students – CME approved. Lecture held in Chancellor Building (Lecture Theatre A).
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth is Senior Lecturer in Magnetic Resonance Physics at Newcastle University. He will be presenting on Tuesday 6 December at 1pm, on 'Highly accelerated MRI by compressed sensing: reducing the patient burden'.
Staff and students welcome. Lecture held in Mary Kinross Room.
The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research, Administrative Data Research Centre for Scotland and Urban Big Data Centre will host a 1-day event on Tuesday 29th November 2016 to showcase Scotland's research strengths, support services and opportunities in cross-sectoral data linkage.
The UK Stroke Forum Conference is the largest multidisciplinary stroke event in the UK, attracting over 1400 delegates from across the stroke care pathway. It's an unmissable event for anyone working in the field of stroke care.
Professor Cathy Sudlow’s lecture will discuss her research which focuses on collaborative efforts to generate reliable information about both the causes of (in our genes, environment and lifestyle) - and the effects of treatment on - major diseases that affect people in middle and older age.
The 19th MICCAI Conference has been moved from Turkey to Athens, Greece.
The 2016 SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting will be hosted by the University of Stirling.
Join us to keep abreast of developments in clinical and experimental imaging, and learn about research based around MRI, CT, PET, SPECT, EEG, MEG, ultrasound, and human optical imaging.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Jon Simons from the University of Cambridge as our keynote speaker, in addition to stimulating presentations from SINAPSE members in short talks and poster sessions.
Registration is now open: http://shop.stir.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&deptid=17&catid=19&prodid=39
Please book your place early. The cost is £50 for SINAPSE members and free for students.
The meeting will be held at the Pathfoot Building at the University of Stirling.
Free car parking will be available on campus. There are bus and taxi links from the Stirling rail station, or a journey by train can be completed with a pleasant walk (approximately 40 minutes from Stirling rail station or 25 minutes from Bridge of Allan rail station). Maps, directions, and travel advice can be found here.
Accommodation is available on campus at the Stirling Court Hotel. A special rate of £59.00pp B&B is offered for SINAPSE members, by phoning Stirling Venues at 01786 466000 and quoting reference 146985. Please book early as availability is limited. More information about local attractions and services can be found here.
We are pleased to announce the 2016 Edinburgh Preclinical Imaging Symposium and launch of our new website.
For a sneak preview, click http://edin.ac/24xHZJA
The format will be a series of short presentations, highlighting preclinical imaging results covering a wide range of studies (cardiac, brain, liver, cancer, pregnancy) all using our 4 in vivo imaging modalities (MRI, US, PET/CT, Optical Imaging), and will be of wide interest to the research community.
Date: 2nd June 2016
Location: Wellcome Auditorium, QMRI, 47 Little France Crescent, Edinburgh
Time: 1.30-5.00 pm
We hope to see you there. There will be a coffee/tea break halfway through the programme.
May 04, 2016 - National Museum of Scotland - Edinburgh
Email - UKPETChem2016@ed.ac.uk
4th February 2016 - “Careers in science: different routes and managing work/life balance”
Contact: Nicola Stock
10 February 2016, CALM facility, Edinburgh
Contact: Rolly Weigand
20-22nd February 2016
Contact: Judi Clarke
20 January 2016, Playfair Library
Contact: Rebecca Devon.
CMVM Light Microscopy Course - 'Beyond Pretty Pictures'
This course aims at teaching the basics and theoretical skills essential for the application of light microscopy.
5th and 6th of January 2016
Old Medical School (Teviot Place, Anatomy Lecture Theatre, doorway 3)
Please click here for further information.
This series takes the format of talks and presentations by a panel of experts and researchers from across the UK, crossing the boundaries of psychology, neuroscience, creativity and human development. This event contains talks from Headway (charity supporting people affected by brain injury) and Dr. Grant Mair (neuroradiologist at the University of Edinburgh).
Thursday 26th November 2015, 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Ballroom, Cambo House
Book by email - email@example.com
Digital Footprint - Lunchtime Seminar
Creating an effective online presence for research and impact.
Wednesday 4th November, 12:45pm
Wellcome Theatre, QMRI, Little France
Introduction to RAD-seq Data Analysis
The aim of this 2-day workshop is to familiarise researchers with RAD-seq data and to initiate them in the analysis by providing lectures and practicals on analysis methodologies.
Thursday 1st - Friday 2nd October 2015, 9am-5pm
Edinburgh Genomics, The University of Edinburgh, Ashworth Laboratories, The King's Buildings, Edinburgh.
Please follow the link below to register.
Sensors and Signal Processing
For the first time Edinburgh Research and Innovation’s Academic Industry Meeting (or AIMday) will focus on the topic of sensors and signal processing, a key area of expertise at the University.
Wednesday 7th October 2015
King's Buildings Campus, Edinburgh
Edinburgh Imaging PhD Event
Edinburgh Imaging would like to invite PhD students to our Pub Trivia Lectures event.
Come and give a three minute presentation explaining your PhD research to your peers - with a twist!
Thursday 8th October 2015, 4pm
QMRI, Little France
For full details please follow the link below.
Edinburgh Imaging PhD Event
The Veterinary and Comparative Respiratory Society (VCRS) 2015 Annual Symposium
The theme of the meeting is “Underlying concepts in chronic lung disease, from injury to dysregulated repair”, with 5 sub-themes, including PULMONARY FIBROSIS, BRONCHIECTASIS, ANIMAL MODELS, TOOLS FOR MONITORING DISEASE PROGRESSION AND PULMONARY VASCULAR REMODELING.
Please note that registration for specific days is available.
8th - 10th October 2015, Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh
European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine & Biology Congress (ESMRMB Congress 2015)
1-3 October 2015, EICC, Edinburgh
The 18th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention will be held from October 5th to 9th, 2015 in Munich, Germany.
Working with the media - lunchtime session
It is always useful for Researchers to have a basic understanding of working with the media.
Come along to a lunchtime training session with Jen Middleton and Anna Borthwick from the University's Press and PR Office to find out more about promoting your work through the media.
14th October 2015, 1pm, QMRI.
5th Cambridge Neuroscience Symposium - Imaging the Nervous System
September 9th-10th 2015 at West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
The Brain in Action - Life-long development
5th Conference of the Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology
9th - 11th September 2015, Tampere, Finland
7th International Workshop for Pulmonary Functional Imaging (IWPFI)
September 29 - October 1, 2015 at the Playfair Library, Old College, Edinburgh.
ESRIC Summer School 2015 - 3rd-7th August 2015
ESRIC Summer School
SINAPSE Imaging Event
The purpose of this meeting is to promote a two-way dialogue between the Edinburgh Imaging community and SINAPSE and to maintain awareness of the considerable value of SINAPSE.
QMRI, Edinburgh, Wednesday 19th August, 1-5pm.
Further details will be on the SINAPSE website.
Satellite Symposium at 2015 International Conference on Brain Informatics & Health
30th August - 2nd September 2015 at the Royal Geographical Society, South Kensington, London
"Nonlinearity and cytokinesis: The cell cortex is an excitable medium"
Speaker: Dr Bill Bement from the Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin
Wednesday 1st July 2015, 12pm
G.27 Lecture Theatre 1, Daniel Rutherford Building, King's Buildings
An introduction to Micromanager: taking fluorescent images and more
Friday July 10th 2:30pm
IGMM Lecture Theatre - the Western General Hospital. All welcome.
Speaker: Elizabeth Vargas Vargas (Vibot MSc student at Heriot Watt and Research student at Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems)
Friday 12th June 2015 10:30am
Oncology Physics Seminar Room (downstairs), Edinburgh Cancer Centre, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, EH4 2XU
Dr. Pol Grasland-Mongrain
Friday 12th June 2015 11:00 - 12:00
AGB Seminar Room, 3rd floor
Research in the 21st Century: Data, Analytics and Impact
The University of Edinburgh Business School, 29 Buccleuch Place, EH8 9JS, Edinburgh
The University of Aberdeen is delighted to host the 7th Annual Scientific Meeting for SINAPSE - Scottish Imaging Network: A Platform for Scientific Excellence.
Sinapse ASM 2015
Wednesday 13th May 2015, 1-2pm
Wellcome Trust Auditorium, QMRI
The goal of this seminar is to increase knowledge exchange between researchers involved in preclinical and clinical imaging from single cell (microscopy) to whole body (CT/PET/MR)
Speakers: Giorgos Papanastasiou and Eric Barnhill
Monday 25th May 2015, 5.15pm
Lecture Theatre A, The Chancellor's Building, 49 Little France Crescent, Edinburgh, EH16 4SB
Prof. Gillian Mead is Chair of Stroke and Elderly Care and her inaugural lecture is entitled: 'Improving Life after Stroke through Research'. All welcome.
Refreshments following lecture in Main Common Room, The Chancellor's Building.
Wednesday 27th May 2015, 1-2pm
Wellcome Trust Auditorium, QMRI
The goal of this seminar is to increase knowledge exchange between researchers involved in preclinical and clinical imaging from single cell (microscopy) to whole body (including CT/PET/MR/Ultrasound)
Speakers: Ian Marshall and Alex Vesey
"PET and SPECT imaging: bringing chemistry and biology together"
Friday 29th May 2015, 12:45-14:00
Mary Kinross Room, QMRI
Speakers: Dr Andrew Sutherland and Dr Sally L. Pimlott
2015 Joint Congress on Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
28th - 30th of May 2015
Palais des Congrès, Montréal, Quebec
This is a multidisciplinary meeting for mathematicians, biologists, clinicians, physicists and computer scientists. Abstract deadline: 8th February 2015
Statistical Parametric Mapping - SPM Workshop - 27 April 2015 5-day course (27.04.15 - 1.05.2015)
The course offers comprehensive coverage of all MRI-related aspects of SPM.
Day 1 is for absolute beginners who have no experience at all of SPM/MatLab; Days 2 and 3 are aimed at beginners with little or no SPM experience, and we will cover all the basic analysis steps from spatial preprocessing to statistical analysis with the General Linear Model and data visualization and presentation. Days 4 and 5 are aimed at a more advanced audience, with topics ranging from new Bayesian analysis methods and voxel-based morphometry to multivariate pattern classification and effective connectivity analysis. All parts of the course can be booked separately or as a whole.
The course will take place at the University of Edinburgh at the George Square Campus.
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED ON 2 APRIL 2015.
Edinburgh Neuroscience Day
Wednesday 4th March 2015 Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Queen Street
Annual Distinguished Lecture - On the level: Equilibrium in the brain - by Prof Huda Zoghbi from Bayor College of Medicine in Texas
NHS Lothian Innovation Programme : Med Tech Workshop
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 Easter Road Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org