When: 27.06.2022, 9.00-12.30
Where: AGH University of Science and Technology, building B-8, room 0.18
To share perspectives and experiences on how international cooperation shapes research on biomaterials (applicable also to other research areas) and vice versa. To encourage young scientists to become more open to different scientific experiences and start their own research collaborations abroad.
No fee! Registration: https://bit.ly/3xhGapu.
9:15 Timothy Douglas, Lancaster University: "Whey protein isolate: a dairy-derived biomaterial"
9:45 Małgorzata Włodarczyk-Biegun, University of Groningen: "Reconstruction of functional gradients using meltelectrowriting"
10:15 COFFEE BREAK
10:30 Ólafur Eysteinn Sigurjónsson, Reykjavik University: "Platelet lysates in regenerative medicine"
11:00 Elżbieta Pamuła, AGH University of Science and Technology: "New generation biomaterials for tissue regeneration and drug delivery"
11:30 Timothy Douglas, Lancaster University: "Roasting two pieces of meat on one fire: learn languages to do science, do science to learn languages"
12:00 FINAL REMARKS/DISCUSSION
Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics
Prof. Jerzy Jedliński, Dean
Polish Society for Biomaterials
Prof. Elżbieta Pamuła, President
Polish Chapter of the ESB-Young Scientist Forum
Dr. Patrycja Domalik-Pyzik, YSF-ESB Board Member