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Wednesday 6 September

‘The role of Innovate UK in supporting life sciences as part of the UKRI research policy and funding ecosystem’ 
Dr Chris Jones, Head of Emerging Technologies, Innovate UK 

‘Collaborative Training of Research Students - Doctoral Training Alliance’ 
Professor Yvonne Barnett, Senior Pro Vice Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University

Thursday 7 September

Stern Review and future REF 
David Sweeney, Director, Research & Knowledge Exchange, HEFCE; Executive Chair-designate, Research England 

BREXIT (Legal and Political issues) 
Charles Brasted, Head of Public Law and Policy at Hogan Lovells 

BREXIT (Research and Innovation issues)
Paul Simmonds, Director, Technopolis Group 

TEF: Current policy and future plans 
Sam Meakin, Assistant Director, Subject-level TEF, Department for Education 

Investments in Learning and Teaching Environments at Anglia Ruskin 
Dr Ruth Jackson, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Medical Science, Anglia Ruskin University; and Dr Christopher Parris, Head of the Department of Biomedical and Forensic Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University 

Centralised SuperLab Facilities at University of Liverpool 
Dr Lis Rushworth, Central Teaching Laboratory, University of Liverpool 

Developments and Priorities for the Irish Medical Scientists Registration Board 
Aoife Sweeney, Head of Education, Health & Social Care Professions Council, CORU 

25 Years of HUCBMS
Professor Gerry McKenna MRIA, President Emeritus and Hon Executive Secretary, HUCBMS; Vice President, Royal Irish Academy

HUCBMS 2018 at University of Essex
Dr Selwa Alsam, Local Organiser