Networking Event (2016)
CBIS PhD student and military clinician Phill Pearce (right) networks at the 2016 Networking and Research Update Event, of which he was a key organising member.
Former CBIS PhD student and current CBIS postdoctoral researcher Grigorios Grigoriadis discusses a poster, which details work of the Centre, on the morning of the 2016 annual networking event as other attendees arrive.
Delegates of the Centre's 2016 annual networking and research update event partake in the morning networking session ahead of the first talk.
Along with talks from civilian and military experts in regenerative and rehabilitative medicine, the 2016 annual networking and research update event held a poster session in which the Centre's researchers presented their work.
Director of the Centre for Blast Injury Studies Professor Anthony Bull welcomes the delegates of the 2016 annual networking and research update event.
Delegates of the 2016 annual networking and research update event listen to talks delving into the challenges in military rehabilitation, the latest in regenerative and rehabilitative medicine as well as the future of rehabilitation.
Former CBIS MD(Res) student Taff Edwards presents his research and involvement in organising the inaugural Surgical Training Course (July 2016) at the 2016 annual networking and research update event.
To facilitate knowledge sharing and understanding, a panel discussion, during which audience members are encouraged to participate, follows each session of the annual networking and research update event.
During the session on regenerative and rehabilitative medicine, Dr Claire Higgins (Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London) presents her work on bioinspired regenerative medicine strategies after amputation.
Following the session on regenerative and rehabilitative medicine, Wing Commander Jon Kendrew answers a question on osseointegration and the management of severely traumatised limbs.
General Sir Tim Granville-Chapman GBE KCB discusses the future of defence rehabilitation.
Following the talks of the day, delegates network at the evening reception and photo exhibition, displaying images of rehabilitation by British Army photographer Staff Sergeant Rupert Frere.
The 2016 annual networking and research update event offered an inspiring multidisciplinary programme of presentations delving into regenerative and rehabilitative medicine, including the challenges in military rehabilitation as well as contemporary and future rehabilitation.
The 2016 annual networking and research update's key organising members were centre manager Emma Burke (left), PhD student and military clinician Phill Pearce (middle) and centre administrator Melanie Albright (right).