Early Career Symposium

The Early Career Symposium will take place from 1515 - 1815 BST on Monday 3 July 2023 at mmc2023

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.

Provisional Programme

Please note programme is subject to change.

1515: Welcome

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

1635: Break

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
Mart Last
Lara Dresser
Alex Johnson

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.

Scientific Organisers

Beatrice Bottura

Beatrice Bottura

University of Strathclyde

Shelly Conroy

Shelly Conroy

Imperial College London

Invited Speaker

Judy Kim

Judy Kim

Rosalind Franklin Institute