UCL MBPhD 25 Year Anniversary Event

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Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL

Gower Street

London

WC1E 6BT

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UCL MBPhD 25 Year Anniversary Event

This special event is taking place on Wednesday 8th January 2020 from 12.30pm, in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre.

We will begin with a buffet lunch at 12.30pm, to be followed at 1.15pm by an opening talk from our esteemed former colleague Professor Gordon Stewart, giving a historical overview of the programme, followed by talks from Professor David Lomas, UCL Vice Provost (Health) and Professor Robert Kleta, Director of UCL Division of Medicine. The rest of the afternoon will offer talks by current students showcasing the variety of research which has been undertaken as part of the MBPhD, as well as presentations from alumni and senior academics. At the end of the afternoon we will move on to a drinks reception in the South Cloisters where there will be an opportunity for you to meet our current students who will be presenting their posters. The event will close at 7.00pm.

Please join us for this exciting celebration of UCL success.


Contact for queries or further details: carolyn.cohen@ucl.ac.uk

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Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL

Gower Street

London

WC1E 6BT

United Kingdom

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Organiser UCL Division of Medicine

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The Division of Medicine brings together clinical and basic scientists undertaking world-leading interdisciplinary research, teaching and patient-care. The UCL Division of Medicine is the largest department in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, which also includes the Medical School, the Cancer Institute, the Division of Surgery and Interventional Sciences, the Division of Infection and Immunity and the Eastman Dental Institute. It sits within the School of Life and Medical Sciences, forming one of the largest concentrations of biomedical scientists in Europe in one of the world's leading universities.

The Division aims to:
•    Educate, train, and inspire the next generation of scientists and clinicians.
•    Be at the international forefront of biomedical research from lab bench to bedside.
•    Attract, retain and develop the most gifted biomedical researchers and teachers at all levels.
•    Together with UCL’s partner hospitals, develop and deliver outstanding patient care.

Our research aims to understand the basis of disease, and to develop better diagnostics and treatments for diseases with an emphasis on experimental medicine.

 

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