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MY PG Study Week, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences
Wed 17 February 2016, 17:30 – 19:30 GMT
Thinking about your next step? It’s never too early to start thinking about your future. Continuing your studies, or starting to study again, are options well worth considering. Join MY PG Study Week activities to find out about the opportunities available for further study and how it can enhance your employment prospects.
Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences
We have clinical academics & researchers based across Glasgow using state-of-the art facilities in the BHF Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre, West Medical & Davidson Buildings at Gilmorehill Campus & the sites in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital & Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
Our research strengths have been integrated into substantial, well-resourced thematic programmes that build on the strengths of individual, clinical and non-clinical principal investigators and create added value through basic, translational and clinical research frameworks. Our strength is in identifying and designing novel therapeutic strategies that will lead to clinical trials.
The purpose-built British Heart Foundation Cardiovascular Research Centre houses state-of-the-art laboratories, 3T MRI Imaging, Confocal Microscopy and high throughput genotyping facilities.
Join Dr Stuart Nicklin, Reader of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences, and Senior Lecturer Dr Delyth Graham, for an insight into the fascinating research carried out at the British Heart Foundation Cardiovascular Research Centre.
Get the opportunity to tour the laboratory facilities, meet and chat to current students and researchers working on a diverse range of research projects in areas such as stroke, heart disease, hypertension and vascular disease. The evening's activities will centre on:
Confocal Imaging for quantitative microscopy.
MRI imaging of the brain in stroke.
Echocardiography for heart imaging.
Laser capture microdissection.
Live cell imaging microscopy.
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University of Glasgow
British Heart Foundation Cardiovascular Research Centre