Anatomical Society Meetings

Anatomical Society Winter meeting 2019

PROUDLY HOSTED BY THE ANATOMICAL SOCIETY. December 18-20th, George Fox building, Lancaster University, UK. Registration has now closed.

Registration has now closed

Invited speakers include:

Professor Dame Sue Black

Professor Alison Gartland

Professor Jim Gallagher

Dr Jemma Kerns

Dr Tim Donovan

Dr Jason Organ

Dr Quenton Wessels

Mr Joe McAleer

Key Dates:

 

Conference dates: 18-20th December 2019


Registration: 18th December 12pm

 

Optional workshop "Ultrasound in anatomy teaching" run in association with MDI Medical and GE Healthcare: 18th December morning

 

Workshop "Anatomical Society Science Communication" places are free but limited, and only to those registered for the full meeting: Tuesday 17th December

 

Meeting close: 1pm Friday 20th December.

 

AGM: lunchtime on Thursday 19th December.

 

 

 

Mandible

Anatomical Artwork

Abstracts for pieces of anatomical artwork are also encouraged. These will be displayed at the winter meeting. Your poster should display a photograph of the artwork, text to indicate artist and medium, as well as any additional text necessary to enhance the viewers understanding of the image. The text should be submitted as an abstract and a photograph of the artwork should be sent to r.shepherd5@lancaster.ac.uk The example above has been provided by Lucy Hyde, Tilly Weerasuriya and colleagues who are affiliated to the Centre for Applied Anatomy (University of Bristol)

Registration details:

Early bird registration deadline has passed

Members: £130

Non-members: £165

Student members: £75

Student non-members: £100

 

Late registration (after 24th November, if places remain):

Members: £150

Non-members: £195

Student members: £100

Student non-members: £125

 

Abstract deadline 25th November


Forthcoming Anatomical Society Meetings

Anatomical Society Winter Meeting 2019
Anatomical Society Summer Meeting 2020

 

The aim of the Society's Scientific Meetings is to promote high quality science and research in the anatomical sciences.  One of the greatest strengths of the Society is its diversity and nowhere is this exemplified better than by the range of topics at our meetings.

 

Previous Meetings

  • Anatomical Society Summer Meeting, 2018, 23rd-25th July 2018, Oxford, UK.
  • Anatomical Society Winter Meeting 2017,  18th-20th December 2017, Dundee, Scotland.
  • Anatomical Society Winter Meeting 2016, 19th-21st December 2016, King's College London, UK.
  • Joint Anatomical Society and BACA Summer Meeting, 19th-21st July 2016, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK.
  • Anatomical Society Winter Meeting 2015, 14th-16th December 2015, Magdalene College, Cambridge, UK.