Events

We run a programme of events for a variety of audiences including Fellows, early career researchers, trainees, undergraduates and members of the public.

Details of past and future events are available below. Please note: some events are open to Fellows and their guests only.

You can view background information on events to support biomedical researchers or to engage medical and dental undergraduates with research in the Careers section.

Past events




University College London

16th November 2006

Challenges and Opportunities in Global Health Dr Tadataka Yamada FMedSci Dr Jean Shanks was for many years the director of one of the UK's most successful independent pathology laborato...

16th October 2006

This symposium?took a broad look at drug discovery, covering the process from existing, new and emerging areas of research to explore?the complexities and demands of the drug discovery process....

14th August 2006

Mentoring Development Workshops are a key element of the Academy's Mentoring Programme and are designed to help participants prepare for the important role of mentor. The workshops are open to all Aca...

14th August 2006

Mentoring Development Workshops are a key element of the Academy's Mentoring Programme and are designed to help participants prepare for the important role of mentor. The workshops are open to all Aca...

10th July 2006

The Academy will be?holding a?meeting about the Science of Violence that will provide a rare opportunity to bring together biomedical scientists, policy-makers, legal professionals, the media, the gen...

2nd March 2006

The Academy's report 'Strengthening Clinical Research' highlighted the importance of Experimental Medicine in enabling a more precise understanding of human disease, its diagnosis and prognosis, and t...

17th November 2005

The Jean Shanks Lecture 2005 was delivered by Professor Kim Naysmyth FRS. The lecture was titled How do we inherit the right number of chromosomes? ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
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