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The University of Southampton
Institute for Life Sciences

IfLS Poster Session: Respiratory Research and Imaging Research Event

IfLS poster session
15:00 - 17:00
2 December 2016
Level 7 Observatory, Life Sciences Building (85), Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

For more information regarding this event, please email Adam Corres at .

Event details

IfLS poster sessions provide an informal networking opportunity for colleagues interested in Life Sciences research. This poster session focuses on two themes: Respiratory and Imaging.


All are welcome to attend. Regsitrations have been received from the following, listed by group supervisors:

Prof Anne Bruton and Prof Anna Barney, Faculty of Health Sciences.

Dr Sumeet Mahajan, Chemistry and IfLS.

Dr David Smart, Faculty of Medicine, Clinical and Environmental Sciences.

Dr Rohan Lewis, Faculty of Medicine.

Prof. Jacek Brodzki, Mathematical Sciences.

Prof. Donna Davies and Prof. Martin Palmer, Faculty of Medicine - Clinical and Experimental Sciences and Ocean and Earth Sciences.

Dr Andrew Walls, Faculty of Medicine, Clinical and Environmental Sciences.

Dr Michael Bennett, Faculty of Medicine Biomedical Research Unit, National Institute for Health Research.

Dr Peter Lackie and Prof Tiina Roose, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Engineering and the Environment.

Dr. Michael J. Bennett, Faculty of Medicine/National Institute for Health Research.

Prof Hywel Morgan, Prof Donna Davies and Dr Emily Swindle, Faculty of Medicine/Clinical & Experimental Sciences, Electronics & Computer Sciences.

Dr Alan Hunt, FoM, IfLS and East Carolina University.

Dr Edward Rogers, Optoelectronics Research Centre, Clinical & Experimental Sciences, IfLS, Biological Sciences and The Centre for Disruptive Photonic Technologies (Singapore).

Dr Peter Lackie, Dr Jane Warner, Dr Philipp Schneider, Dr Michael Olding and Dr Orestis Katsamenis, Faculty of Medicine Biomedical Imaging Unit.


We welcome all kinds of contributions, including posters that have been printed for other meetings. Colleagues who are interested in presenting a poster at this session are invited to email to indicate their interest, stating the research group they are in, the group leader’s name, the number of posters they intend to bring, the poster sizes (e.g. A0), orientations (portrait is preferable as the boards are portrait) and titles.

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