Wales is currently a hotbed of research into the development of novel natural compounds to treat a wide variety of illnesses. Whereas some of these plants originate overseas, others are indigenous to Wales and the UK. The aim of this one-day workshop is to showcase some of the cutting-edge research projects ongoing across Wales, with a general focus on antimicrobials, anti-inflammatories and tissue repair/regeneration.
The workshop is led by Dr Ryan Moseley and Dr Charles Heard of Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER), but the event is also open to memberships of Life Sciences Research Network (NRN) and MediWales.
Dr Tom Prescott, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
Mr Kevin Stephens, Agroceutical Products Ltd
Registration is now live on Eventbrite. The link to this event is
- Entry is free of charge to CITER members (academics, MSc students, PhD students, post-doctorate / research associates).
- Non-members to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your place. Please note there is a £30 fee for external members and non-members.
- Free attendance for members of Life Sciences Research Network (NRN) and MediWales.
Delegates are encouraged to bring along a poster whereby there will be an opportunity to showcase your research. Please confirm when registering.
Refreshments, lunch and return transport will be provided. Please advise dietary requirements when registering.
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