Health Data Research UK is awarding £30 million funding to six sites across the UK to address challenging healthcare issues through use of data science.
As part of the award for the Outstanding STEM Technician, Henry Rae recently visited the CERN institute in Switzerland.
Applications are invited from students interested in undertaking a PhD with Dr Paracchini on: Dissecting the genetics of complex human traits: language and handedness
The Mini-AFTERc pilot trial led by Professor Gerry Humphris is to run in 4 units in Scotland to support breast cancer patients following treatment to reduce raised levels of recurrence fears.
We are seeking to recruit generalist (GP) case writers to contribute to Scotland’s first graduate-entry medical degree. Case-based Learning The first two years of the ScotGEM curriculum will adopt a case-based learning approach to trigger students’ learning. This will require the creation of a bank of clinical cases. The cases will require expert clinical input viewed both from a generalist …
Information on submitting an application for ScotGEM 2018 entry
For the second round of 2018 applications, the interview date is Wednesday 20th June 2018.
As part of The Royal Society’s Pairing Scheme, Dr Silvia Paracchini spent her week in Westminster between 4th and 7th December.
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.