Wednesday 30th November saw several of our students graduate from their studies in the School of Medicine.
A Digital Health Initiative is planned for the 20th December. This is a unique opportunity to discuss the possibility of adding value to a critical mass of expertise within the Schools of St Andrews University to work together and develop innovative and translational research and teaching programmes.
Several members of staff have been working on a model of the pterygopalatine fossa and using imaging software and a CT scan of the skull, we created a 3D render of the space.
Dr Gozde Ozakinci will be giving a workshop on Fear of Cancer Recurrence at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine on 7th December in Melbourne.
Congratulations to Amélie Sobczak from the Stewart lab who won a poster prize at the Zinc-UK/ZincNet conference, which took place at the Centre for Experimental Medicine at Queen’s University Belfast.
Early FORECAST results from Humphris group The FORECAST study has completed recruitment and early results show that women undergoing breast cancer radiotherapy report recurrence fears through the duration of their treatment.
Medical scientists at the University of St Andrews have won a prestigious international award for a breakthrough that could help the fight against antibiotic resistance.
Dr Wilber Sabiiti and Dr Derek Sloan recently represented the University of St Andrews at the 8th EDCTP forum.
Third year medical student, Hannah Thomas, recently presented two research posters at the annual Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials (COMET) conference in Amsterdam.
On Friday 18th November, the School hosted Professor Moira Whyte, OBE, MBBS, FMedSci, FRCP, to give their inaugural Athena SWAN lecture.
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