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 advice, the Centre for Reproductive Health has now cancelled all research clinic talks going forward.
We do hope to initiate these once again once the situation improves.
Senior academics, postdoctoral researchers and current students present their work to the Little France community on the dates shown, between 2-3pm (unless otherwise stated) in the Wellcome Auditorium of the Queen's Medical Research Institute, Edinburgh bioQuarter.
The Spring Research Clinics in 2020 will include talks by Centre for Reproductive Health Principal Investigators (45 min talk and 15 min for questions), postdoctoral researchers and students (each speaker allotted a 20 minute slot = 15 mins talk and 5 mins for questions).
2020 Spring RESEARCH CLINICS
"Therapeutic interventions in reproductive health: lessons from sheep"
Paola Galdi (Postdoc)
"Hierarchical complexity of the macro-scale neonatal brain."
Gemma Sullivan (PhD)
"An integrated study of placenta, blood and brain MRI implicates IL-8 dysregulation in preterm brain injury."
“Hypoxia and endometrial function: diagnostic and therapeutic potential”
"Who are the best supporting actors in central nervous system repair?"
"Interdisciplinary research for reproductive health – a UK and global perspective"
MSc Poster Event
Aleks Tsolova (PhD)
Hristina Gyurova (PhD)
Lindsey Forbes (Postdoc)
Andrew Brown (MD)
Xue-Feng Li (Postdoc)
Emma Johns (PhD)
Gabriele Matilionyte (PhD)
John Reynolds-Wright (MD)
Furquan Ahmed (Postdoc)
Marta Horcas Lopez (PhD)
Etienne Dubiez (Postdoc)
Talks are open to all.