A few weeks ago Charlotte attended the the Orthopaedic Research Society Conference in Austin, Texas.
She was selected to present her PhD work on a novel use of proteasome inhibitor drugs to increase radiation sensitivity and improve treatment for patients with Ewing's Sarcoma. This was a fantastic opportunity to network and discuss the work of the SDC with the ORS community of world-renowned surgeons, researchers and medics in the field of orthopaedics.
And Sara presented her poster "Characterisation of Ovine Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (AD-MSCs) and Potential Use in Bone Tissue Engineering" at the 2019 Building Bridges in Medical Sciences Conference.
This was a great opportunity, full of exciting talks, a chance to discuss our work and how this fits into the broader field of Medical Science.
Great to meet many like-minded scientists and share our enthusiasm for furthering Veterinary Medicine, which fits into the "One Health" approach when we can all benefit from advances in both human and animal medicine.
#SDC #SurgicalDiscoveryCentre #BBMS2019#bbmsconference #welovescience #welldoneSara#BoneBiology #Cambridge — with Sara Hassounaat Building Bridges in Medical Sciences: BBMS 2019.