The School of Pharmacy is proud to have an active seminar series. World-leading experts provide talks on a wide range of topical subjects, from drug discovery to pharmacy practice. The Seminars are open to all, from undergraduates to staff, from within the School and outside.
Autumn/Winter 2014 Series:
Seminars will be held at 2pm in the Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre (2.60C) in the Redwood Building.
1st October 2014
Professor Donal O'Shea , Royal College of Surgeons , Ireland.
"Real-Time Near Infrared Fluorescence Imaging - research tools with the potential for clinical use"
8th October 2014
Professor Sergey Piletsky, University of Leicester
"Can synthetic receptors replace monoclonal antibodies in diagnostic and in vivo applications?"
15th October 2014
Professor Liam Gray, Cardiff University
Title to be confirmed
22nd October 2014
Professor Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke, Barts Cancer Institute
"The tumour vasculature: New Insights"
29th October 2014
Professor Les Baillie (Cardiff University)
"From A to B, Anthrax to bees and some stuff in between"
5th November 2014
Professor Yves Barde, Cardiff University
"Neurotrophins in development and diseases of the nervous system"
12th November 2014
Dr. Nicola Gray, Green Line Consulting
"Why should pharmacy care about young people?"
19th November 2014
Professor John Weinman, King's College London
"Taking the Treatment : how can Health Psychology help?"
3rd December 2014
Professor Christer Hogstrand, King's College London
"Functions of zinc in biology and disease"
10th December 2014
Dr. Roxana Octavia Carare, University of Southampton
"Pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease: failure of perivascular drainage of interstitial fluid from the brain"