15 June 2022

Lipids Group AGM and Young Lipid Scientist Award 2022

Organised by:

SCI's Lipids Group

SCI HQ, London, UK and Online webinar - 10:45-15:45hrs

Registration Closed

This event is no longer available for registration.


The Chair and committee members of SCI's Lipids Group cordially invite members to their Annual General Meeting (AGM), which will be held at the SCI HQ in London, but will also be available online (Online webinar details will be confirmed closer to the date). All members and guests are welcome to attend (only SCI members will be able to vote).

AGM documents will be available to view before the meeting from the secure member's area (you will need to login to the SCI website to view).

The event will include presentations (in two sessions) from PhD students who are shortlisted for the Young Lipid Scientist Award. The winner of the award will be decided after all speakers have presented.

For PhD students interested in applying, please see our Young Lipids Scientist Award's page and flyer.

SCI's Lipids Group are also holding an evening lecture on this day, Wednesday 15 June 2022, at the SCI HQ, London. You can register for the lecture on the Palm oil and our future world event page.


AGM – All members of SCI's Lipids Group and guests are welcome to attend (only SCI members will be able to vote).

Young Lipids Scientist Awards - PhD students (early career academic) involved in lipids related research and their supervisors plus anybody who might be interested in lipids related research.


Wednesday 15 June 2022

Registration and refreshments
Lipid nanoparticles of dual functionality for the development of emulsion formulations able to carry/deliver multiple actives
Georgia Sakellari, University of Birmingham
Sterolomic profiling of human plasma to reveal altered cholesterol metabolism in Parkinson’s Disease
Manuela Pacciarini, Swansea University
Developing lipid-based nanoparticles for application in nanomedicine and synthetic biology
Zexi Xu, University of Leeds
Lipids Group AGM
In vitro and In vivo Evaluation of Ionizable Lipids
Burcu Eryilmaz, University of Strathclyde
Use of a novel ultrasound microcalorimetry technique for monitoring phase transitions in lipid systems
Liam Morris, University of Leeds
Head-to-head liposomal comparison identifies SARS-CoV-2 spike subunit to be effectively adjuvanted with a novel synthetic TLR4 lipid agonist: DDAB:TDB vs DDAB:PHAD
Cameron Webb, University of Strathclyde
Committee deliberation
Announcement of the winner
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Venue and Contact


14/15 Belgrave Square

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Email: committeesupport@soci.org

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