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Tissue and Cell Engineering Society (TCES)

The Tissue and Cell Engineering Society UK (TCES) has the aim of furthering knowledge, research and dissemination of information on cell and tissue engineering. Founded in 1999 by people coming from many different scientific disciplines and environments (industry, universities, research centres, government agencies) across the United Kingdom, TCES aims to promote the propagation of scientific information, stimulate the creation of research programmes, co-operate with other scientific organisations, and act as a source of expert information related to tissue and cell engineering.

We offer travel bursaries and several awards to our members!

EXISTING MEMBERS: Please keep us informed of any changes in your contact details by editing your details within the membership area (login required).  Any queries about membership, please contact the TCES Membership Secretary, Dr Felicity Rose (felicity.rose@nottingham.ac.uk)

Please report any broken links etc. to: Dr Nick Evans (n.d.evans@soton.ac.uk)

Latest news

Register for the TCES-UKSB 2019 conference!

The first joint conference of the Tissue and Cell Engineering Society and the UK Society for Biomaterials will be held at the East Midlands Conference Centre, situated on the scenic University of Nottingham campus in the Midlands, UK. The conference will take place over three days from Tuesday 11th – Thursday 13th June 2019 and will provide a stimulating forum for discussion of new developments in biomaterials, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine research.

This meeting offers an opportunity to engage with exciting research driving the field forward with keynote presentations from internationally renowned speakers including:

Stephen Badylak, University of Pittsburgh
Elizabeth Cosgriff-Hernandez, University of Texas
Jan de Boer, Eindhoven University of Technology
Alicia El Haj, University of Birmingham
Roisin Owens, University of Cambridge
Chris Sammon, Sheffield Hallam University
Katja Schenke-Layland, University of Tubingen
Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Ghent University

Please see our website for details of the full three day joint conference including abstract submission, registration and accommodation.
www.nottingham.ac.uk/go/tces-uksb

*****Abstract submission is now closed*****


Early bird registration is until the 26th April; standard registration will close on the 3rd June.

Patient-tailored biomaterials for tissue regeneration combating microbial contamination and drug delivery – Workshop Lancaster October 2-4 2019

Lectureship available at University of Manchester

The School of Biological Sciences invite applications for a Lecturer in Stem Cell Biology/ Regenerative Medicine to further our world-leading research and teaching in this field. You will have complementary research interests that not only span stem cells and regenerative medicine, but can capitalise on the opportunities available from the unique environment offered in Manchester for collaboration with colleagues working in basic biology through to translational therapies.

You will be supported in developing your own lab and research programme at the University of Manchester from which you will grow an international reputation in the field. You will benefit from joining an established community of collegiate researchers including membership of the Manchester Regenerative Medicine Network and affiliation to the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell-Matrix Research.

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