Inaugural lecture series 2018
View the full programme of the 2018 Inaugural lecture series, featuring a wide variety of topics from across medicine and veterinary medicine.
|Monday 19 February||
|Fuelling inflammation: Oxygen, metabolism and neutrophils||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 19 March||Neil Mabbott||Prions: ninja pathogens and immune system hijackers||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 30 April||Anna Williams||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 28 May||Devi Sridhar||Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 25 June||Ian Jackson||Marvellous Melanocytes: How Our Skin and Hair is Coloured||IGMM|
|Monday 24 September||Richard Mellanby||The story of two Mellanbys, some dogs, cats, mice, sheep, penguins, one monkey and vitamin D||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 29 October||Tom Gillingwater||Standing on the shoulders of giants: Diary of a 21st century anatomist||Anatomy Lecture Theatre|
|Monday 12 November||Debby Bogaert||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 3 December||Geoff Simm||Thought for food: Food for thought?||The Roslin Institute|
Admission is free but booking is recommended. All welcome.
Inaugural lectures take place at 5.30 p.m.
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.