Events

  • 03 March 2020 / 9am

    Speaker: Marwa El Yaagoubi, University of Strathclyde

    Talk title: Study of Peptoid Nanosheets Interaction with Mesenchymal Stem Cells

    Room 526, James Watt South Building

    10 March 2020 / 9am

    Speaker 1: Dr Dan Lambert, University of Sheffield
    URL: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/dentalschool/people/lambert_d

    Talk title: TBC

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    17 March 2020 / 9am

    Speaker: Dr Mark Sprott, University of Glasgow

    Talk title: Nanoscale Mechanical Stimulation of Piezoelectric PVDF-TRFE Surfaces Modified with Plasma Polymerisation for Enhanced Osteogenic Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    07 April 2020 / 9am

    Speaker: Bilal Taib, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

    Talk title: Fusion in Peripheral Nerve Regeneration

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    14 April 2020 / 10am

    Speaker: Dr Virginia Llopis-Hernandez, University of Glasgow

    Talk title: TBC

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    21 April 2020 / 10am

    Speaker: Dr Oana Dobre, University of Glasgow

    Talk title: 3D Laminin-based hydrogels for efficient presentation of growth factors

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    28 April 2020 / 10am

    Speaker: Nuttaporn Jarangdej, University of Glasgow

    Talk title: TBC

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    05 May 2020 / 10am

    Speaker: Dr Bernhard Schmidt, University of Glasgow

    Talk title: Hydrophilic polymers for water-based multi-phase systems and hydrogels

    Bio: Bernhard V. K. J. Schmidt completed his PhD in 2013 under the supervision of Prof. Barner‐Kowollik at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in the area of Polymer Chemistry. Then, he joined the group of Prof. Hawker at the University of California, Santa Barbara as a fellow of the German Academic Exchange Service. In 2015 he joined the department of Prof. Antonietti at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces as a Group Leader. Recently, he was appointed as Lecturer in Synthetic Polymer Chemistry at the University of Glasgow. His research focusses on hydrophilic polymer materials, block copolymer self‐assembly, metal-organic framework/polymer hybrids and carbon nitride/polymer hybrid materials.

    Room 526, James Watt Building

    19 May 2020 / 10am

    Speaker: Simon Clark, NHS/University of Glasgow

    Talk title: TBC

    Room 526, James Watt South Building