Science in Health Public Lecture Series returns
19 September 2018
Our hugely popular series of FREE public lectures aim to open up areas of concern in health care and present new research on health issues on the public.
About the lecture series
The highly successful Science in Health Public Lecture Series is now in its sixteenth year and attracts a diverse audience of interested individuals including the public, secondary school pupils and professionals.
The lectures are FREE to attend; no booking is required.
There will be opportunities for sixth-form students to meet with some of the speakers before the lectures
Programme of Lectures
|Thurs 11 Oct 2018||(in conjunction with the ‘Arthritis Research UK Biomechanics and Bioengineering Centre’ Cardiff University) |
Professor Philip Conaghan, University of Leeds
|Why do my joints hurt and what can I do about it?|
|Thurs 8 Nov 2018||Panel of speakers from Genomics Partnership Wales and The 100,000 Genomes Project in Wales||The Welsh plan to transform patient care with genomics|
|Thurs 6 Dec 2018||Dr Jonathan Tyrrell, Cardiff University||Antibiotic Resistance: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly|
|Thurs 17 Jan 2019||Professor Denis Murphy, University of South Wales||Mining and editing plant and animal genomes to improve global food security - scientific progress and ethical dilemmas|
|Thurs 21 Feb 2019||Professor Edward Bullmore, Cambridge University||The inflamed mind: a radical new approach to depression|
Thurs 28 March 2019
|Professor June Andrews, OBE||Dementia - the One Stop Guide|
Lectures will be held in the Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Cardiff University, Park Place, CF10 3AT.
Disabled access and free parking are available.
Lectures start at 7pm.
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