Imaging with Sound and Light Community Workshop

18th November 2019, Royal Society

The Franklin will be hosting a community workshop on the Imaging with Sound and Light theme. The event will take place on the 18th November 2019 at The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London, 10am-4pm.

Suitable for members and non-members, this workshop will address the key challenge areas in Imaging with Sound and Light, and bring together colleagues to discuss technologies and platforms which could be developed through the Franklin in this area.

Programme lead: Dr Phil Murphy, GSK

Academic lead: Dr Steven Freear, University of Leeds


Introductions and plan for the day : 10.00-10.15

Laura Holland, Phil Murphy, Steven Freear   

Rosalind Franklin Institute plans, progress and vision for the S&LT, linkage to other themes: 10:15-10:30

Jim Naismith

Photoacoustic imaging – current state and vision: 10:30-10:50
Robin Cleveland

Camera update: 10:50-11:00
Shamit Shrivastava

Short refreshment break: 11:00-11:15

Imaging challenge introduction: 11:15-11:30
– Inflammation and cancer
– Instrumentation challenges
Speakers: Phil Murphy, Steve Freear
Inflammation imaging- towards measuring immune cells in vivo: 11:30-12:45
Chairs: Juliana Maynard, Steve Freear
Pre-clinical (15mins), Clinical (15mins)
Speakers: Simon Campbell, Pilar Jimenez-Royo
Addressing the challenges – discussion led by chairs to identify ready now opportunities, 3years, +5years
LUNCH: 12.45-13.30
Oncology imaging –the tumour microenvironment and response: 13.30-15.15
Chairs: TBC/Fred Wilson
Pre-clinical (15mins), Clinical (15mins), Proton beam therapy (15mins)
Speakers: Juliana Maynard, Phil Murphy, Kenneth Long
Addressing the challenges – discussion led by chairs to identify ready now opportunities, 3 years, +5years
Conclusions and next steps: 15.15-16.00