Location: The Octagon, The University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN
Date: 13th July 2015 9:30pm – 4pm
Now in its 5th year, Innovations in Healthcare aims to build on previous successes, bringing together individuals from across the healthcare sector to see why The University of Sheffield is at the forefront of healthcare research and to discuss potential research collaborations.
Last year saw over 300 delegates register from 160 companies, both large and small, looking to learn more about research at The University of Sheffield through presentations, exhibitions and 1:1 networking, and we are delighted to say that we will be demonstrating at the event. Come down and see our exhibition!
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York Computational Immunology Lab Inaugural International Meeting
Computational and Mathematical Approaches to Immunological Challenges
Date: Monday 3rd November – Tuesday 4th November 2014
Venue: Bedern Hall, York
Professor Mike Holcombe will be attending the Computational Immunology Lab on the 3rd – 4th November.
Bringing together world leading researchers to discuss the application of computational and mathematical approaches to assist with key immunological challenges. Delegates will consider how we can maximise the potential of computational and mathematical approaches, the role of these approaches in drug discovery, and current methods tools and techniques available to generate novel biological insights from models. The Wellcome-Trust funded Centre for Chronic Diseases and Disorders at the University of York for funding this meeting. Attendance is by invitation only.
Professor Mike Holcombe has been assisting in the organisation of a conference at the HM Treasury on the afternoon of 13th October 2014.
Professor Holcombe will be providing a brief overview of an economic model and an illustration of how it can be used, with a discussion of the added value provided by the agent-based modelling framework. “Agent Based Modelling for the Economy”, Professor Holcombe has written previous articles such as “Large-scale modeling of economic systems.” (Complex Systems, 22(2), 175-191.) and has had heavy involvement with the EURACE Model.