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Biomedical Frontiers Public Lecture Series

Posted by Francis O' Toole on October 9, 2012

Biomedical Frontiers Public Lecture Series. The School of Biochemistry & Immunology in Trinity College Dublin is hosting a series of public lectures this autumn. The lectures will be presented by leading academic researchers from the School who will describe their research and how it has increased our understanding of human health and disease. These lectures will provide an opportunity for the college community and the general public to learn about the research carried out in the School of Biochemistry & Immunology and will show how this work has contributed to major discovery in the biomedical field. Topics covered in the series will include inflammatory diseases, vaccination, obesity, diabetes, cancer, stem cells, neurodegenerative disorders and mental health. The inaugural lecture in the series will be given on 3 October at 6.30pm by Professor Luke O’Neill and it will be on “The science of inflammation – the prospect of new treatments for arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer”. The complete timetable for the entire series is also available on the Trinity College website. For directions see here. For further information please contact Nóirín: nicabhan@tcd.ie

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