Professor Daniel Aletaha, Division of Rheumatology at the
Medical University of Vienna, gives a keynote lecture at the Biological Therapy: Scientific and Clinical Rationale seminar.
Dr Felicity Henderson celebrates the historical contributions
of the Royal Society and its role for the future.
Professor Alan Maryon Davis, Visiting Professor at King's
College, presents at a Primary Care & Public Health Sciences seminar.
Dr Polly Matzinger, Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Immunology, NIH, USA, gives a keynote lecture at the Young life Scientists Symposium, organized by students from the MRC and Asthma UK Centre for Allergic Mechanisms of Asthma.
Halliburton Lecture in Physiology: Professor Stephen O'Rahilly, Director of the Institute of Metabolic Science and Professor of Clinical Biochemistry & Medicine, University of Cambridge on 'Human obesity and its metabolic consequences: insights from human genetics?' (9 February 2010, School of Biomedical and Health Sciences).
Part of the series of psychiatry lectures presented in association with the Gresham College. Speaker: Professor Robin Murray.
In April 2009, alumni and guests gathered to listen to a panel of experts discuss reforms in UK banking regulation which included the implications of the recent Banking Act 2009.
Can you trust researchers with your confidential data?
Speakers: Professor Ross Anderson (Cambridge University), Dr Dermot Ward (Society of Clinical Psychiatrists), Sir Mark Walport (Wellcome Trust) and Professor Charles Warlow (Edinburgh University).
Chair: Professor Simon Wessely (Institute of Psychiatry).
A lecture by Professor Stephen Challacombe as part of the the Dental Alumni Weekend - Clinical Day 2009.
Professor David Eisner, BHF Chair of Cardiac Physiology, University of Manchester, gives the Peter Baker Lecture in Physiology 2010 on 'Calcium signalling in the heart: from normal mechanisms to cardiac arrhythmias' (15 March 2010, School of Biomedical and Health Sciences).
Inaugural Lecture: Christopher Corrigan, Professor of Asthma, Allergy & Respiratory Science on '20 Years of the T cell hypothesis in asthma: where we are now and where next?' (8 February 2010, School of Medicine).