10.00-12.30 Oral communications may address any topic related to the teaching of anatomy.
12.30-2.00 pm Lunch
2.00-4.00 pm Symposium "Pros and Cons of Dissection".
4.00-5.00 pm Whisky tasting
The following will be awarded during the meeting:
1. Junior Investigator Prize for the best oral presentation by a junior academic under the age of 30.
2. Student investigator Prize for the best oral presentation by a student.
Each of these will receive Euro 250 as part payment for their travel expenses.
Refereed abstracts will be published in the European Journal of Anatomy. We will also be awarding up to 3 electronic poster prizes open to all, including those who do not attend.
Finally, we may also award any number of Certificates of Merit for outstanding work. The latter two prizes will have no monetary value but the winners will receive Certificates and their names will be published on the TEPARG website as well as on an Honours Board in the European Journal of Anatomy.
5th-7th February 2018. Free to attend. Kavli Royal Society Centre, Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 9JJ
A new exhibition of art and drawing inspired by the study of anatomy.
Including works by staff, students and local artists, the exhibition showcases chalk drawings, original illustrations from textbooks, student project work, sculptural installations from our Artist in Residence Jo Macdonald and significant pieces by artist Brian Keeley.
All welcome, with children’s activities too.
The Old Dissection Room
(Enter from Shoe Lane off Queen St, just 10 minutes walk from the train station)