"Identification of Gene Variants Influencing Complex Phenotypes: High Blood Pressure" - in the Mary Kinross room on 31st January 2011 at 12pm.
Centre for Inflammation Research - Research in Progress on 28th January 2011. Speaker is Dr Nik Hirani.
Centre for Cardiovascular Science progress report on 27th January 2011. Speaker is Dawn Livingstone. Followed by open discussion about CPR format and remit.
Influenza Swine H1N1: an unpredictable and dangerous Darwinian virus family - part of the Centre for Infectious Diseases distinguished speaker seminar series on 26th January 2011.
The Menopause: Are all symptoms harmless? - part of the Honyman Gillespie Lectures - on 26th January 2011.
Representatives from the Medical Research Council and the NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Co-ordinating Centre will be giving a seminar on 25th January 2011.
Photons and Protons: Insights into the Molecular Basis of Disease - part of the Inaugural Lecture Programme 2011 - on 24th January 2011.
Claw Paw meets the Adams family: control of peripheral nerve development - part of the Neuroscience Seminar Schedule 2010/11 - on 24th January 2011.
Centre for Inflammation Research - Research in Progress on 21st January 2011. Speaker is Andrew Robson.
Centre for Cardiovascular Science progress report on 20th January 2011. Speakers are Andrew McBride and Alison MacKinnon.
Heart attack: why, how and what to do about it - part of the 'Let's talk about...combating disease' series - at the QMRI on 19th January 2011.
"Its knockout: Hypoxia regulates respiratory function via the LKB1 / AMP-activated protein kinase signalling cascade" - in the QMRI Lecture Theatre on 18th January 2011 at 12pm.
Regulation of cancer cell proliferation and survival by NF-kB - a QMRI Seminar on 14th January 2011.
Centre for Inflammation Research - Research in Progress on 14th January 2011. Speakers are Prakash Ramachandran and Eleni Kouverianou.
Centre for Cardiovascular Science progress report on 13th January 2011. Speakers are Takeshi Fujisawa and Cristina Esteves.
Prof Thomas D’Hooghe from Leuven University Belgium will be giving a lecture entitled ‘Translational Research in Endometriosis’ on 13th January 2011 at 4.30pm in Lecture Theatre B in the Chancellor’s Building.
Paediatric IBD - Lessons from a polygenic chronic inflammatory disease - part of the Honyman Gillespie Lectures - on 12th January 2011.
Homeostatic plasticity: from synapses to the axon initial segment - part of the Neuroscience Seminar Schedule 2010/11 - on 10th January 2011.
This article was published on Sep 7, 2012