This interdisciplinary event, curated by Alexis Kirke of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and supported by the Marine Institute, involves active and leading researchers in psychology, social sciences, biomedicine and the arts.
Talks are aimed at the general public with the following topics discussing:
- discovering new antibiotics from marine environments
- using activity sailing trips to help vulnerable children and people recovering from drug addiction
- how visiting aquariums can help reduce blood pressure and heart rate.
There is also the premiere of a short fictional film A Boat, which uses a marine metaphor to help break down age and symptom clichés about dementia.
University speakers include
Mathew Upton, Associate Professor in Medical Microbiology
Andrew Wills, Lecturer in Social Work
Sherriff (introducing the film A Boat), Academic Partnership Lead
for Dementia, Clinical Trials and Health Research
- Dr Sabine Pahl, Associate Professor in Psychology
Registration opens from 17:30 for 18:00 start. We aim to finish around 20:30.
This event is free and open to all. Please register your place via the above link or contact email@example.com for any queries.