School of Medicine Prizewinners 2015/16
Former student Alexander Aulakh has been awarded the Quincentenary Prize from the University of Aberdeen.
A new “FIGO Textbook of Pregnancy Hypertension” has been launched at the 2016 World Congress of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Birmingham.
75 S1 pupils on the Space School 2 project recently learned about ventilation, balance and nutrition.
Emilie du Châtelet was a talented mathematician and experimental physicist who took on France’s intellectual establishment. But history hasn’t done her justice
Emma Stewart, Ruaraidh Stewart and Muiz Shariffuddin recently organised an introductory session on Medical Ethics for pupils attending the First Chances Summer School.
Dr Silvia Paracchini’s profile features in the newly launched Academic Women Now.
Genomics study day will take place in the Booth Lecture Theatre in the Medical and Biological Sciences Building.
Scotland’s first Graduate Medical Programme, designed to meet the current and future needs of the country’s NHS, will be delivered by the University of St Andrews together with the universities of Dundee and the Highlands and Islands, it has been announced.
Prof Gerry Humphris along with Dr Robert Schick and Dr Tom Kelsey have developed a revolutionary “mobile health buddy” app to help people quit smoking.