The Peer Assisted Learning Scheme was formed in 2010 with the aim of proving individual personalised academic support to first year students who were failing to obtain the necessary grades to qualify for entry into honours years. The scheme has grown in recent years, and now includes clinical skills teaching ...continue
Monika Gostic, a second year postgraduate student, in the Neurogenetics (http://neurogenetics.st-andrews.ac.uk/) group led by Dr Silvia Paracchini, has been awarded a travel fellowship by the European Society for Fish Models in Biology and Medicine (https://www.eufishbiomed.kit.edu/). Monika is using zebrafish to study the function of candidate genes for dyslexia. She will ...continue
The University recently held a ceremony to recognise some of its exceptional teaching staff. Amongst those to receive an award was Dr Jim Aiton from the School of Medicine for his long service and excellent contribution to the School. Congratulations to Jim and all the other recipients.
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