Postgraduate programmes for research careers – Medicine at Imperial College London

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I’ve always known that I’ve wanted to be a scientist: even when I was a young kid the most fascinating thing for me it was just to be able to run outdoors and explore the world around me; I just happened to like exploring and learning Here at Imperial College London I’m studying how we […]


reimagine Health:  Matthew Huentelman, PhD
03
October

reimagine Health: Matthew Huentelman, PhD

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“My name is Matt Huentelman, and I’m a professor of Neurogenomics at TGen in Phoenix, Arizona; and I look forward to seeing you at the reimagine Health: Is My Fate in My Genes? Research Symposium. My talk there is going to try and answer the age old question: ‘Why can’t I remember names and faces […]


reimagine Health: Michael Kruer, MD
17
September

reimagine Health: Michael Kruer, MD

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“I’m Michael Kruer, associate professor here at the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix. I hope you can join us for the upcoming ‘reimagine health: Is My Fate in My Genes?’ research conference. This exciting symposium will bring together colleagues in precision medicine, genomics and the intersection of health and disease. There, I’ll be presenting […]