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.
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.
A lecture by Professor Stephen Biddle, Senior Fellow for Defense Policy, Council on Foreign Relations. Part of the Department of War Studies' 'Iraq, afghanistan & the future warfare' seminars.
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.
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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).