The EAGLE study investigating a new way of treating angle closure glaucoma, a potentially blinding condition, reports in the Lancet this month.
Dr Gozde Ozakinci will speak at the World Cancer Congress in a session titled “The Cancer Prevention Initiative: A model for increasing capacity in policy translatable behavioral and lifestyle research”.
Researchers at the School of Medicine are one step closer to finding a shorter, more effective treatment for TB, according to a new paper published by The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
The TWENDE Knowledge Translation (KT) training recently started at the School of Medicine University of St. Andrews.
Dr Gozde Ozakinci chaired a symposium on ‘neglected domains of fear of cancer recurrence research’
Student recipients of the 2016 Dorothy Miller Bursary Awards presented their experiences of voluntary work in Malawi to an audience of University staff and students.
Professor Stephen Gillespie will give a presentation to the European Medicines Agency on 25 November.
The study was conducted as a partnership between the University of St. Andrews and Mozambique’s Natonal Institute of Health in Maputo.
Dr Wilber Sabiiti recently represented the University of St. Andrews at the 2016 European Respiratory Society (ERS) Conference in London
Sharon Carstairs recently took part in the Biotechnology Young Entrepreneurs Scheme (Biotechnology YES) within the Food, Nutrition and Wellbeing stream held at Unilever, Colworth, Bedford.
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