FIPAR Webinars

6th FIPAR Webinar

Date: December 5th, 2022, 11am-12:10am (CET)

Programme:

  • "Discovering the developmental origin of the forearm bones using novel transgenic chicken models", Dr. Megan G Davey, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
  • "Tissue fusion processes and related developmental disorders in the developing eye", Dr. Joe Rainger, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

5th FIPAR Webinar

Date: November 3rd, 2022, 10am-11:10am (CET)

Programme: 

  • "Thalidomide: how did it do what it did?", Prof. Neil Vargesson, University of Aberdeen (United Kingdom)

4th FIPAR Webinar

Date: October 11th, 2022, 9am-10.15am (CET)

Programme: 

  • "A human fetal lung cell atlas uncovers proximal-distal gradients of differentiation and key regulators of epithelial fates", Dr. Peng He, Wellcome Sanger Institute (United Kingdom) & Dr. Kyungtae Lim, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

3rd FIPAR Webinar

Date: December 14th, 2021, 10am-11.30am (CET)

Programme: 

  • "Exploring 3D Anatomy", Dr. Ian D Keenan, Newcastle University (United Kingdom)
  • "Anatomical Observation using Touch and Drawing", Leonard Shapiro, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
  • "Interactive 3D Digital Models for Anatomy and Medical Education", Dr. Caroline Erolin, University of Dundee, United Kingdom

2nd FIPAR Webinar

Date: October 13th, 2021, 10am-11.30am (CET)

Programme: 

  • "New Insight into the development of the inguinal canal", Dr. Jose Sanudo, Universidad Complutense of Madrid (Spain)
  • "Development of the hagfish and early evolution of vertebrates", Dr. Shigeru Kuratani, RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research (Japan)
  • "Do medical students have a role in advancing research within the anatomical sciences?", Dr. James Coey, St. George's International School of Medicine (United Kingdom)

1st FIPAR Webinar

Date: September 10th, 2021, 1pm-2.30pm (CET)

Programme:

  • "Ethics for Anatomical Research”, Dr. Marko Konschake, Medical University of Innsbruck (Austria)
  • "The Exciting Need for Morphological Anatomy Research", Dr. Quentin Fogg, University of Melbourne (Australia) 
  • “Mechanobiology in Human Cutaneous Sensory Corpuscles”, Dr. Jose Antonio Vega Alvarez, Universidad de Oviedo (Spain)

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International Federation of Associations of Anatomists

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