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22 May

Population Health Seminar with Ruth Bowyer and Stuart Lynn

22 May 2024, 15:00 to 16:00

Seminar with Ruth Bowyer and Stuart Lynn

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22 May

Force Talk: Professor Zheng Liu - Deciphering the temporal code of mechanotransduction in living cells at the single-molecule level

22 May 2024, 15:00 to 16:00

A public seminar as part of the Force Talk series exploring mechanobiology, given by Professor Zheng…

22 May

Links between neighbourhood social composition and refugee mental health - evidence from a Danish cohort study

22 May 2024, 16:00 to 17:30

Join this session to explore a large cohort study on the importance of the neighbourhood social…

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22 May

Sustainability opportunities and challenges of AI

22 May 2024, 16:00 to 17:00

An insightful panel discussion on the connections between sustainability and artificial…

23 May

Image-based modelling of sterol and lipoprotein transport in cells

23 May 2024, 13:00 to 14:00

A Lipids at Lunchtime seminar from the Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group.

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23 May

AI assisted tools for healthcare

23 May 2024, 16:30 to 18:00

Explore the opportunities and challenges posed by AI assisted tools for healthcare.

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29 May

Proteomics Facility Drop-In Clinic

29 May 2024, 13:30 to 14:30

The Proteomics Facility at Denmark Hill holds regular drop-in clinics providing you with an…

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29 May

Qualitative Longitudinal Research: Strengths and Challenges

29 May 2024, 16:00 to 17:00

Join us for an overview of qualitative longitudinal research (QLR) and its unique features,…

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31 May

A p.L13R mutation in nuclear envelope protein Lem2 results in cardiomyopathy and altered lipid handling in mice

31 May 2024, 12:00 to 13:00

A look at how mutations in the nuclear envelope protein Lem2 can contribute to cardiomyopathy