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Join us to celebrate this special milestone for our new professors and hear about their inspiring career journeys. 


Professor Adam Fox - Food allergy - six approaches to a problem

Professor Adam Fox, School of Life Course Sciences, will discuss his involvement in food allergy as a researcher, clinician, guideline developer, medical education and public engagement. He will reflect on what the future holds for children with food allergies and the increasing provision of services and treatment for sufferers.

Professor Brian Stramer - On the importance of basic cell biology with unknown translational impact

Professor Brian Stramer, School of Basic & Medical Biosciences, will discuss the impact of cell migration in embryogenesis and how it can play a role in pathologies such as cancer. He will demonstrate how the use of how Drosophila embryonic macrophages can be used in research to understand the mechanisms and functions of cell migration during embryogenesis.


A drinks reception will follow after the lectures.

Event details

Lecture Theatre 1
New Hunt’s House
Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9RT