The Metal Ions in Medicine team recently attended the 2019 Zinc-net meeting in Cambridge, UK.
Scotland’s obesity epidemic could be damaging the eyesight of young adults, according to new research by NHS Fife and the University of St Andrews.
Pupils from Fife High Schools recently visited St Andrews as part of the First Chances Project.
Scotland is to have its own £15.8m artificial intelligence health research centre, which promises to enable better patient diagnosis, treatment and outcomes.
We are delighted to announce a new professorial appointment in the medical school. Colin McCowan has been appointed Professor in Health Data Science from January 2018.
Professor Candace Currie, CAHRU Director, will leave the University of St Andrews and resign her Directorship of CAHRU at the end of February 2019.
The Orbital Diagnostics team is in the running for the £8 million Longitude Prize for their SLIC device.
Henry Rae won the University’s Public Engagement Individual Achievement Award on Friday the 26th of October. There was stiff competition from throughout the university including the School of Medicine. Ruth Bowness was also awarded a silver badge for her contributions to public engagement. The nominations for awards in this category were for a single individual from the University of St …
As part of the Chinese Medical Board study on evaluating the communication processes of family meetings with ICU staff in six ICU centres in Hospitals in the Hunan Region, Gerry Humphris made another visit to Changsha, China.
HRH The Princess Royal recently visited Edinburgh Zoo to help launch the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s vision for the future of conservation education.