Moor Instruments together with our long standing distributor for China, Gene and I, were proud to support the inaugural Chinese Microcirculation Week in Beijing recently.
The event attracted global high flyers in the field to present their latest findings, together with Chinese colleagues.
If you weren’t able to attend, all of the presentations (including that of our MD, Dr Xiabing Huang) were captured on video and have been made available on the congress website here (be patient for the videos to load!).
Xiabing gave a well-received presentation on our collaboration with the University of Exeter Medical School and Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital regarding intra and post-operative flap vitality.
Other presentations included;
- Roland Pittma, Regulation of Microvascular Blood Flow and Oxygen Supply
- Nicola Brown, Role of the Bone Microvascular Niche in the Progression and Treatment of Tumour Metastasis
- Geraldine Clough, Skin Microvascular Blood Flow and Oxygenation-adaptive Outcomes in Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus/insulin Resistance
- Akos Koller, Failure of the autoregulation of cerebral blood flow by hemodynamic forces
- Paul Fraser, The Role of Free Radical Generation in Increasing Cerebrovascular Permeability
- Gerald Meininger, Remodelling of the Cytoskeleton and Adhesion are Fundamental Processes Coupled to Vascular Smooth Muscle Contraction and Relaxation
Many thanks and congratulations on what should be the first of many, to Prof Jing-Yan Han, President of the First Chinese Microcirculation Week and the local organisers, Beijing University for the successful conference.