Professor Matthew Holden has been awarded a £2.8M Global Consortia grant by the Medical Research Council to investigate antibacterial resistance.
A team from St Andrews combined Art and Science in a new and interactive way to engage with medical research.
35 diabetes specialists from 10 countries, attended the ninth annual Postgraduate Diabetes Course, led by Emeritus Professor of Medicine at St Andrews, Ian Campbell.
Experts from around the world are gathered in St Andrews to learn how to dramatically cut the time needed to diagnose tuberculosis to save hundreds of thousands of lives.
Dr Samantha Pitt was invited to present her work at the meeting and gave a talk entitled “Cardiac dysfunction and the role of zinc in sarcoplasmic reticulum remodelling”.
Rayna Rogowsky recently presented her work on student perceptions of health care needs and services at the QAA enhancement themes conference.
Stephen Gethins MP, visited the School of Medicine recently as part of a the pairing scheme run by The Royal Society.
The start of Season 2 of ‘Poems for Doctors’ – Medical Demonstrator Linda Proven reads ‘On Hearing for the First Time’ by Carole Bromley.
Henry Rae, Dr Ourania Varsou along with Dr Filip Zmuda from the University of Dundee recently took part in the Fife Science Festival 2018.
Third year student Merlin Hetherington has been awarded the SES Gough Explorer prize for 2018.