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Research clinics

As part of the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health's commitment to research, a series of research clinics is on offer to the local scientific and clinical community.

 

In line with public health advice, the Centre for Reproductive Health has cancelled all in-person research clinic talks until further notice.

The CRH has initiated a virtual research clinic series of presentations as below.  This will be populated as details develop.

 

Senior academic, postdoctoral researcher, student and Centre related presentations will be conducted online, using MS Teams and available to the Little France community on the dates shown, between 2-3pm (unless otherwise stated).

 

2021 Virtual Autumn RESEARCH CLINICS

 

24 September

Neil Carragher (Professor of Drug Discovery and Director of Translation)  

“Edinburgh Phenomics Drug Discovery: Innovating drug discovery strategies across diseases of unmet medical need”

 

1 October

Sue Fletcher-Watson (Professor of Developmental Psychology, Director of the Salvesen Mindroom Research Centre)  

“Early life indicators of neurodevelopmental outcome in children born preterm: potential for stratification and early intervention”

 

15 October

Nicola Graham (Postdoctoral researcher)

"Dissecting the role of tumour-associated macrophages in breast cancer progression"

 

Florent Petitprez (Postdoctoral researcher)

"Spatially-resolved transcriptomics to study the tumour microenvironment"

 

22 October

Alex Viner (PhD)

"'Optimisation of Gestational Age Estimates in Low-income Countries"

 

Triin Ounapuu (PhD)

"PABP4 - getting to the heart of the story"

 

29 October

Norah Spears (Professor of Reproductive Physiology)

"Effect of chemotherapy treatment on the developing gonad: what can we tell from in vitro experiments?"

 

5 November

Emily Bailie (MD)

Centre update from Professor Jeff Pollard

 

Please contact Dean.Ainscough@ed.ac.uk to discuss additions to this seasons programme.

Links to join are made available to local staff and students ahead of the talks.