On Saturday 10th of March the School of Medicine participated in the University of St Andrews Science Discovery Day 2018 with two science stalls; one on human balance and reaction times and one on human bones and joints.
Two staff from the School of Medicine took the top prize at this year’s 60 Hour Film Blitz
Dr Beatrice Mwagomba, presented her PhD research work at the 19th Annual International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) conference in Abu Dhabi.
Wardiya Afshar Saber recently attended the Photonics West conference 2018 where she presented her interdisciplinary work on the development of an all-optical functional assay of synaptic connectivity in biological neural networks.
Organised by the University of St Andrews African Caribbean Society (STA-ACS) and hosted by the school of Medicine’s Division of Infection and Global Health (IGH), the conference was the first in the African Lecture Series (ALS), bringing together students and academics.
An announcement regarding the ScotGEM deadline being extended due to the proposed UCAS website maintenance.
Following on from a very successful first semester in which the society has liaised with School of Medicine staff to introduce ultrasound-based workshops into their repertoire, the Surgical Society are putting the finishing touches on their main event of the year, the National Undergraduate Conference.
The Arclight ophthamoscope and William J Williams (Honorary Research Fellow) have been recognised by the new V&A Dundee museum design champions initiative
The Wall Street Journal has published an excellent piece about the Poems for Doctors project.
Any student who has been offered, formally accepted and has been registered a place on the Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine (ScotGEM) programme is eligible to apply for a Bursary payment.