"Don't ask why - ask how!" In memoriam of Chris Hawes Hon FRMS
This symposium is to honour the life, work and legacy of the late Professor Chris Hawes and to share memories from over four decades of his contributions to plant cell biology and microscopy.
Federica Brandizzi, Verena Kriechbaumer, Ulla Neumann, Béatrice Satiat-Jeunemaitre, Allison Winton, Susan Anderson & Pete Nellist.
If you would like to contribute to this symposium, please scroll down for further information.
We would like to produce an e-booklet composed of A4 PDF posters from attendees and non-attendees who knew, worked with or admired Chris and his work. This will be collated into a 'story-book' and made available to attendees.
The A4 contribution may be based either on scientific collaborations with Chris and/or sharing fond memories.
Deadline for submission is Wednesday the 6th November. Please send your A4 poster in PDF format by email to Verena Kriechbaumer.
From these submissions, a number of flash presentations may be selected for the meeting. Please indicate in your email if you would be willing to present your contribution as a flash talk.
- 09:00 Registration
- 09:30 Welcome - David Evans
- 09:50 Flash Presentations - Session 1
- 10:20 Beatrice Satiat-Jeunemaitre, Karl Oparka, Mark Fricker
- 11:10 Federica Brandizzi, Jurgen Denecke, Nadine Paris
- 12:00 Lunch Break
- 13:00 Imogen Sparkes, Lorenzo Frigerio, Chris Stubbs
- 13:50 Ulla Neumann, Eric Hummel, Louise Hughes
- 14:40 Flash Presentations - Session 2
- 15:10 Coffee Break
- 15:40 Verena Kriechbaumer, Patrick Moreau, Patrick Hussey
- 16:30 Chris and the RMS - Allison Winton
- 17:00 Corpus Christi day ends
- 18:00 Oxford Brookes Bioimaging Tour
- 18:30 Dinner at Oxford Brookes University
- 21:00 Free Gathering in an Oxford Pub, celebration of Chris’s life in science & e-booklet
Registration has now closed for this event.
The following activities will be taking place at the end of the day:
18:00 Brookes Bioimaging Tour
18:30 Dinner at Oxford Brookes University
21:00 Free gathering in an Oxford Pub, celebration of Chris's life in science and e-booklet. Oxford pub to be advise.
Activities are optional and require registration.
The symposium is taking place at Corpus Christi College, Merton Street, Oxford OX1 4JF
This symposium is supported by Oxford Brookes University and the Royal Microscopical Society.
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