The Infection and Global Health Division recently welcome Dr Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire and Dr Olive Mbabazi from Makarere University.
Dr Silvia Paracchini gave one of the inaugural speeches at the launch of the YAS pairing scheme with the Scottish Parliament.
Henry Rae and Calum McAndrew delivered medical sessions about osteology of prosthetic joints and dynamic lung function as part of the Cell Block Science Project.
Two students from St Andrews continue their epic journey from Cairo to Capetown equipped with new bikes and a stock of Arclight devices to train and distribute to students and healthcare workers along the way.
Dr Silvia Paracchini is one of the scientists featured in the Women in Science Exhibition at Scotland’s National Academy.
Oliver Read, Raffaele De Filippis and Fiona McKissock all presented posters at the recent AACR Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
A team from the University recently delivered a science day at Kirkcaldy West Primary School.
ScotGEM students visited the Improvement Academy with students from University of Dundee School of Medicine for a morning of learning and interaction with the theme of ‘Making A Difference’.
As part of the British Science Week, visitors of the Dundee Science Centre had the opportunity to learn and talk about the ECLS early cancer detection test for lung cancer.
The Scotland–West Africa Partnership to fight Antimicrobial resistance recently held their first stakeholders meeting in Ho, the capital city of Ghanaian Volta region.