Monday 14 June: 1.55pm
How do epigenetic clocks affect aging in health and disease? Tune into this webinar to hear an international line-up of experts discuss the impact of epigenetics on aging, including new work showing the power of epigenetic plasticity in reversing age-associated diseases. To request a press pass for this event email email@example.com or call Rosalind Dewar on 07785 182732.
Tuesday 15 June: 1.00pm
Hear Russell Foster, Professor of Circadian Neuroscience at the University of Oxford, explore how circadian, sleep and light interactions are signalling pathways to new therapeutics in respiratory disease. To request a press pass for this event email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rosalind Dewar on 07785 182732.
Wednesday 16 June: 7.00pm
Dr David Nott, consultant surgeon and author of bestselling memoir War Doctor: Surgery on the Front Line, will be talking to Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones about his career and life experiences dealing with patients in conflict and catastrophe zones and discussing the difficulties in training war doctors. Follow this link to register on Zoom
Thursday 17 June: 12.30pm
In next week’s RSM Covid-19 webinar, the Delta variant and how it is threatening the end of restrictions will be discussed by two leading epidemiologists and modellers who have been key figures in advising the government’s response throughout the pandemic, Professor Graham Medley, Chair of SPI-M, and Professor Neil Ferguson, Director of J-IDEA and the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis. Follow this link to register on Zoom