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The David and Molly Pyott Foundation Scholarships in Ophthalmology

The David and Molly Pyott Foundation Scholarships in Ophthalmology

Edinburgh University Students Association Teaching Awards 2022

Edinburgh University Students’ Association Teaching Award
Nomination for the EUSA teaching awards are now open for this year.

Surviving COVID-19 – The Future of the NHS

Surviving COVID-19 – The Future of the NHS
How will the pandemic influence changes in UK healthcare? Tickets available for both in-person and online event on 6 December 2021.

Masterclass with Dr Martin Pule: Research to revolution in cancer treatment

Please join our masterclass with Dr Martin Pule, whose pioneering research led to the creation of UCL spinout company Autolus, a market leader in T-cell programming technologies, which are at the forefront in a revolution in cancer treatment.

Student Counselling Service- Skills for Life & Learning Summer Workshops

The Student Counselling Service is pleased to announce its latest Skills for Life & Learning workshops for summer 2021.

Job opportunity: Academic Teaching Fellow MSc Internal Medicine

We are looking for a qualified medical trainee who is enthusiastic about medical education and who would like to take a year out of training to develop their teaching experience and research profile in clinical education.

Job opportunity in Edinburgh Surgery Online

We are looking for an enthusiastic member of staff who will provide effective and efficient administrative support within the dynamic team of Edinburgh Surgery Online.

Celebrating our Staff Nominees for Teachers Award 2021!

Staff Nominees for Teachers Award 2021 logo
The Deanery of Clinical Sciences staff are doing great job in shaping the experience of our students and this is not going unappreciated. This is a list of staff nominees for 2021 Teaching Awards.

Edinburgh Dental Institute staff have paper published in BDJ Team

An online survey investigated the views of students on the four-year Oral Health Sciences Honours degree course at Edinburgh University regarding the impact of COVID-19 on teaching and assessment. While delivery of remote teaching was generally viewed favourably, problem areas included clinic cancellations and clinical simulated case examinations. Oral Health Sciences graduates can practise as dental hygienist-therapists.

Principal’s Medal for Exceptional Contribution 2020

David Griffith, Olga Paterson, Graham Nimmo and Lindsay Rutherford, MSc in Critical Care Team
Graham Nimmo and David Griffith are joint winners of a Principal’s Medal for Exceptional Service this year.