Solving Clinical problems with anatomical solutions.


Our body donors, to whom we owe so much, provide an invaluable resource. As anatomists, not only can we fulfil the wishes of these wonderful people, we can also assist our medical colleagues in advancing clinical research, surgical training, and medical education. The main theme of this conference is to explore how we as anatomists are helping our clinical colleagues to solve clinical problems. Speakers, both anatomists and clinicians, will be presenting the novel and interesting ways they have been working together to advance clinical knowledge in several specialty fields, and how they have been developing cadaveric models to simulate scenarios as similar as possible to those found in the live patient. The cadaveric model also allows 

development and trial of medical devices, as well as practice in the growing field of personalised medicine. The education component of the conference will consider postgraduate training using cadaveric material.

The conference will be held at Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, 75 Old Hawkhill, Dundee. DD1 5EN

An art exhibition by Jac Saorsa will be open throughout the conference.

Young Investigator Oral Prize

There is a prize given for the best young investigator oral presentation. To be eligible the presenting author is defined as an Undergraduate, MSc, PhD student or someone within one year of starting a post doc. They should have carried out the work while a student.

Student Event

The student councillor of the Anatomical Society will be present at the registration desk to meet and greet students. In particular they will have details of the student social event on the first night of the meeting, and any other student-focused events.

The student night is on Monday 18th December at The Braes , Perth Road, Dundee. DD2 4LN.

The Braes

Conference Dinner

Tuesday 19th December at the RRS Discovery ship visit followed by dinner at the Discovery Point.

Discovery

Registration Information

The full registration fee includes attendance to all seminars and talks; morning and afternoon coffee breaks with light refreshments, lunch and conference gala dinner on Tuesday night.

By registering for any meeting of the Anatomical Society you are agreeing to photographers using and publishing images which may include you.

Registration costs

*Member of the Anatomical Society UK   Registration has now closed. Early bird registration period has now ended.

   Member* Non-Member Student Member* Student Non-member
Early Bird Fee £90 £120 £70 £90
Late Fee £110 £140 £90  £110

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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