Inaugural lecture series 2017
View the full programme of the 2017 Inaugural lecture series, featuring a wide variety of topics from across medicine and veterinary medicine.
|Monday 20 February||Craig Ritchie||Could a dementia-free world become a reality?||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 24 April||Tanja Opriessnig||From “circus virus” to most used swine vaccine||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 29 May||Rebecca Reynolds||This is your life: Hormones matter||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 26 June||Andrew Farrall||Imaging: much more than a pretty picture||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 25 September||Catherina Becker||The fish school of life - learning to mend the spinal cord||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 30 October||Mark Stevens||Confronting the microbial menace in our food||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 20 November||Elspeth Milne||From cells to Clydesdales: a romp around the veterinary profession||The Roslin Institute|
Admission free. All welcome.
Inaugural lectures take place at 5.30 p.m. in either Lecture Theatre A, The Chancellor’s Building, 49 Little France Crescent, EH16 4SB or The Roslin Auditorium, The Roslin Institute, Easter Bush, EH25 9RG.
Venues are accessible with assistance and accessible parking can be arranged.
Please telephone 0131 650 2243 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.