To register, please visit: http://matrixbiology2021.univ-lyon1.fr/en/register
Today is the International Rare Disease Day. Over the years we’ve met at great events raising awareness of rare diseases and empowering rare. Sadly this year we cannot meet in person, but we haven’t forgotten.
Rare is many, rare is strong, rare is proud!
We had a very enjoyable first meeting. Thank you very much to everyone for volunteering their time to work with us, it was great to meet you and we are looking forward to working with you over the next 3 years, developing outreach and educational materials and sharing our research journey.
If you are interested in participating but couldn’t attend today, the recording of the meeting is available to watch and you are more than welcome to joi us at our next session in June. If you’d like to watch the video or join the Working Group, please email email@example.com
Early bird registration for our Spring Meeting ends tomorrow! Don’t miss out https://bsmb.ac.uk/meetings/inflammation-fibrosis-resolution-and-matrix/
Great festive fun, and a big thank you to Mike for writing it!
We are looking for members of the public who would like to be involved in a Working Group, and take part in lab meetings, provide a fresh perspective on the work performed in the laboratory, have an active voice in the decisions we take as to the direction of our research and help us deliver their teaching and public engagement activities related to musculoskeletal health and ageing that stem from our work.
We had a lovely socially distanced evening at the”Ignite” installation at Gibside to celebrate (the end of) 2020 and for some Christmas cheer. Merry Christmas everyone!
To apply, please click: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/funding/sources/ukeustudents/bi034.html
This interdisciplinary project combines the expertise of two supervisors (a cartilage biologist and a tissue engineer) to develop a bioprinted mechanically responsive tissue engineered model of cartilage and generate a transcriptomic and proteomic profile of healthy cartilage ageing.
For more details of the project, please check: https://nc3rs.org.uk/investigating-biomechanical-responses-healthy-and-diseases-ageing-cartilage-tissue-engineering.
Details of the project can be found here: https://nc3rs.org.uk/investigating-biomechanical-responses-healthy-and-diseases-ageing-cartilage-tissue-engineering
The studentship will be advertised shortly, watch this space!