Early Career Symposium
The Early Career Symposium is an interdisciplinary event aimed at students, postdocs and early career professionals working in the field of microscopy. This will be a great opportunity for you to network ahead of the main mmc2023 conference, as well as to showcase your research with peers.
Please note programme is subject to change.
1520: RMS Early Career Committee AGM (Annual General Meeting)
1530: Invited Speaker
Can electron ptychography and I survive a dip in the primordial soup of life?
Dr Judy Kim, Rosalind Franklin Institute, UK
1605: Abstract talks
Using 3D Printed Optics for Fluorescence Microscopy
Jay Christopher, University of Strathclyde, UK
Investigating the functional significance of O-linked glycosylation in epithelial cell motility
Joanna Cull, Oxford Brookes University, UK
1700: Abstract talks
How does Nanog maintain stem cell self-renewal? : A study using Super-Resolution Microscopy
Aishwarya Sivakumar, University of Edinburgh, UK
SimpliPyTEM - an open source python package for image analysis of electron microscopy images and in situ videos
Gabriel Ing, University College London
1730: Early Career Award competition talks
1745: mmc2023 incorporating EMAG 2023 preview
1755: Closing remarks, Early Career Award winner announcement
More information about the Early Career Award can be found on the RMS website.
Overall this will be a fantastic opportunity to meet fellow microscopists ahead of mmc2023, and we hope to see you all there.
BioImagingUK / Early Career Networking Event - Monday 3 July, 1815 onwards. Manchester Central
Join us in celebrating the opening of mmc2023 for an informal BioImagingUK / Early Career Networking Reception in the foyer of Manchester Central.