Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine (ITSMed) Research Progress Seminars
  • Seminar Room 8, John Bull Building

  • Seminar Room 8, John Bull Building

  • Seminar Room 8, John Bull Building

  • Venue to be advised

  • Venue to be advised

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These weekly seminars are used as a platform for students and post-doctoral researchers to showcase their work and to receive constructive feedback from colleagues within the Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine.

All seminars take place on Fridays between 14:00-15:00. The titles of each talk will be added to this page as they are available.

Friday 15 November - 'Minimising mortality from alcoholic hepatitis' (speaker: Ashwin Dhanda)

Friday 22 November - speaker: Sylwia Ammoun

Friday 29 November - speaker: Lolita Singh

Friday 6 December - speaker: Tracey Madgett

Friday 13 December - speaker: Hannah Thompson

Contact Nicola Hillary ( for any queries.

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ITSMed brings together world-class research strengths in both basic laboratory and translational clinical science, providing a strong, collaborative, interdisciplinary environment to develop high-impact, translational research of clinical relevance. Our focus is on three core research themes: Cancer, Clinical Neuroscience and Infection, Immunity, Inflammation, facilitated by cross-cutting expertise in Diagnostics, Clinical Trials and Public Health research. Visit our webpages for more information.

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