University of Dundee

Discovery Days 2019 - Day 2

Event Date: 
Thursday, January 10, 2019 - 11:00 to 16:45
Event Location: 
Main Lecture Theatre, Dalhousie Building
Event Speaker: 
Our newest University professors and award-winning teachers & students
Institution: 
University of Dundee
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‌Join us at the University of Dundee to listen to our newest professors and award-winning teachers & students, as they share with us the ideas that inspire them. Everyone is welcome, including school pupils, members of the public and our staff & students.

Discovery Days 2019 will also include a public session of the University's Court, where you will have the unique opportunity to hear from, and pose questions to, the Chair of Court, the Principal, and the Student Union president.

Refreshments and lunch will be available.

Please book your free tickets through the Discovery Days website for catering purposes.





Date Time Chair/Speaker Title of Presentation School
Thursday 10 January 2019 11.00-12.30 CHAIR -     
Professor Lynn Kilbride Enabling Others – Easier or Harder Than You Think?  School of Nursing & Health Sciences
Professor Jacob George The Vascular Impact of E-cigarettes School of Medicine
Ms Brenda Keatch The Vulnerability of Learning School of Education and Social Work
Professor Nick Hopkins Being Together: The Social Psychology of Pilgrimage School of Social Sciences
         
LUNCH 12.30- 13.30 Lunch    
Thursday 10 January 2019 13.30-15.00 CHAIR -     
Professor Victoria Cowling How Do Cells Decide What Protein To Make? School of Life Sciences
Professor Qi Zhao Reducing Infections from Medical Implants School of Science and Engineering
Professor Cameron Ross The Middle Class in Russia: Agent of Social Change?  School of Social Sciences
         
COFFEE BREAK 15.00-15.15 Coffee break    
Thursday 10 January 2019 15.15-16.45 CHAIR -     
Professor Samia Khan Learning Science in New Frontiers School of Education and Social Work
Professor Alessio Ciulli License to Kill: Destroying Proteins with Small Molecules School of Life Sciences
Professor David Keeble Identifying Atomic-Scale Imperfections in Materials School of Science and Engineering