TWENDE is building a model to increase effectiveness of implementing health research innovations. Dr. Wilber Sabiiti, the co-ordinator of TWENDE Consortium has recently completed the TWENDE site monitoring visits in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda and witnessed the great progress made.
On the 24th March three local MSPs, together with representatives from the British Heart Foundation were in St Andrews to hear about the cutting-edge cardiovascular research being carried out in the School of Medicine.
Professor Stephen Gillespie, Sir James Black Chair of Medicine, has been interviewed about tuberculosis for the Lancet Respiratory Medicine World TB day issue that is now available.
Henry Rae recently organised a Science Day at Parkhill Primary School in Leven, with 4 workshops on offer to primary 5, 6 and 7 pupils.
Current third-year PhD student, Gavin Robertson, has been awarded one of ten UK places on the Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Summer programme 2017.
Ian Gordon scooped up the top prize in this year’s 60 Hour Film Blitz, an annual competition run by the School of Film Studies.
Dr Robert Hammond talks about innovations in methods for testing bacteria for drug susceptibility.
At the recent Science Discovery Day in the School of Physics several members of staff along with Andy Owen and Jean Bain from Heart Start delivered Medical Science sessions to visitors.
The MD4002 project work of medical student Jacob Michie and Dr Simon Powis was recently awarded Best Poster Presentation at the Cambridge University Students’ Clinical Research Society
Dr Silvia Paracchini presented her work at a recent conference organised by the Italian SOS Dislessia charity, held in Naples.