We are very happy to have Dr Leila Tarokh from UZH/Uni Bern to give a talk on genetically established sleephysiological traits.
Thanks to IAS of Warwick to sponsor her visit!
WMS, A1.50, 10am, 17 Oct.
Viva Kristin Abraham
Kristin has submitted the first Chronotherapy Thesis at Warwick. The project is a collaboration within the collaborative CRUK funded project "New Generation Clock-Based Cancer Chemotherapy."
Her viva will commence with a pre-VIVA talk on 31 October 2018, at 10:00 in room A039 of Warwick Medical School.
Welcome new PhD student in joint project on microfluidic devices in chronopharmacology
Ben has successfully completed his MSc year in inter-disciplinary biomedical research and will now take on the lead on a collaborative project with Jerome Charmet (WMG) and us on designing integrated novel microfluidic devices to evaluate chronopharmacologocical profiles.