We are pleased to announce that there will now be a second round applications to ScotGEM for 2018 entry.
On Wednesday 6th of December, Henry Rae, Mike Fearon and Fiona McKissock delivered interactive sessions in the First Chances Foundation event titled “World of Science” at Auchmuty High School Glenrothes.
In a huge vote of confidence in the new ScotGEM programme Scottish Government yesterday announced funding of an additional 15 places.
Senior Bioinformatician Ramon Fallon recently visited Dundee and Angus College Gardyne Campus and Webster High School, Kirriemuir as part of the 4273pi initiative to teach schools about bioinformatics
On Monday 4th of December 2017, the School hosted an anatomy workshop for two International Baccalaureate pupils and their teacher from St Leonards School.
The Orbital Diagnostics, which is a spin out company from the School of Medicine, were shortlisted for the Times Higher Education University Innovation of the year for their SLIC technology.
Dr Silvia Paracchini will be swapping a lab coat for legislation when she visits Stephen Gethins at the House of Commons for a week in Westminster.
Henry Rae, recently visited the Young Archaeology Club with two plastic skeletons to help identify the human remains the children had found in the cemetery at Dunfermline Abbey.
3rd year PhD student Gavin Robertson was invited to attend a British Heart Foundation Parliamentary reception held at Westminster.
Poems for doctors is an online initiative using poetry to create opportunities for medics to recognise some of their own experiences in those of others. The project is a collaboration between Scottish Poetry Library and the School of Medicine.