Inaugural lecture series 2019/20
The full 2019/2020 inaugural lectures programme. Click on the title links to see recordings of all previous lectures.
|Date||Professor||Title/link to Mediahopper recording||Venue|
|Monday 25 February 2019||James Boardman||The developing human brain||Chancellor’s Building|
|Monday 18 March 2019||Kev Dhaliwal||Seeing and sensing the inner cosmos||Anatomy Lecture Theatre|
|Monday 29 April 2019||Damian Mole||Acute pancreatitis and the search for new medicine||Chancellor’s Building|
|Monday 27 May 2019||John Hickey||Integrative breeding to meet global demand for fuel, food and fibre||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 17 June 2019||Lorna Marson||Falling upwards||Chancellor’s Building|
|Monday 1 July 2019||Tara Spires Jones||Alzheimer's through the looking glass: How imaging brain changes may lead to effective treatments||QMRI|
|Monday 30 September 2019||
|Monday 28 October 2019||Simone Meddle||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 18 November 2019||Andy Baker||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 9 December 2019||Steve Pollard||Stem cells and cancer: the good, the bad and the ugly||Chancellor's Building|
|Monday 27 January 2020||Jayne Hope||TB or not TB: the fight for immunity||The Roslin Institute|
|Monday 2 March 2020||David Lyons||Brainworks: How are brains formed and how should we treat them||Chancellor's Building|
POSTPONED: Monday 30 March 2020
|David Kluth||Chancellor's Building|
|POSTPONED: Monday 27 April 2020||Scott Pirie||The Roslin Institute|
|POSTPONED: Monday 25 May 2020||Jim Flett Wilson||
|POSTPONED: Monday 22 June 2020||Jonathan Fallowfield||
|POSTPONED: Monday 6 July 2020||Liz Grant||To be confirmed|
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.