Dr Alan Stewart recently gave a talk entitled “Understanding mineral formation in the eye – hope for sufferers of age-related macular degeneration” at a Cafe Scientifique Event in Edinburgh
A new study published on 21 February explores the mental health and wellbeing of young carers in Scotland and reveals that more than one in four are doing the caring on their own.
Henry Rae and Sharon Carstairs delivered sessions at Dundee Science Centres Meet the Expert event on Saturday the 11th of February.
Congratulations go to Professor Stephen Gillespie who has been elected to The Royal Society of Edinburgh.
The School of Medicine is delighted that Dr Katarina Oravcova has been selected for a Lectureship at the College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow.
Dr Silvia Paracchini was one of 7 University female scientists to provide a case study for the University to mark the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science
In 1945 Muriel Nicoll was co-president of the Bute Medical Society, this was the only occasion in 101 years that there was a co-president. Muriel’s initial was never added to the board and her name was lost to history until her granddaughter Anaïs Boulon started a course in Sustainable Development at St Andrews.
The Infection Group at the University of St Andrews have at least two vacancies for PhD students to work on innovative diagnostics and treatment monitoring tools for mycobacterial disease.
Dr Jo Inchley features on pages 22-25 of the recent issue of Research Features Magazine discussing the work of CAHRU.
A team from St Andrews Medical School were recently visiting the College of Medicine in Malawi as part of a Scottish Government Development Project.