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The genetics of obesity: Episode 3

The third webinar in The genetics of… series. This webinar will explore the role of genetics in obesity. Join us to find out from leaders in the field about the role our genes play in contributing to ...
  • Date Mon 30 Nov 2020
Doubts raised about effectiveness of HPV vaccines

Peer reviewed / Review / People A new analysis of the clinical trials of HPV vaccines to prevent cervical cancer raises doubts about the vaccines’ effectiveness. The analysis, published by the Journal...

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Dr Melita Irving RSM Trustee

Dr Melita Irving has been an RSM Trustee since 2019 and her current term will continue until 2023. A consultant in clinical genetics at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, Melita talks here about her expe...

Joining the effort in vaccinating against COVID-19

Brian Wang is a final year MBBS/PhD student at Imperial College. Alongside his clinical placements and studies ahead of finals exams in March, Brian is also the RSM Student Section Media Officer and F...

President’s update: December 2017

Black Friday was once the term the emergency services designated for the Friday before Christmas itself, because of the large numbers of inebriated people staggering out of their work parties, and end...

Dr Neville Davis MBE

Dr Neville Davis, former RSM Trustee and Vice-President of the Society, sadly died earlier this month. A founding member and the first President of the RSM Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Secti...

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The genetics of forensic medicine: Episode 6

The sixth webinar in The genetics of… series. In this webinar, we will hear from expert speakers about the way that DNA has revolutionised forensic science. Participants will learn about the unique re...
  • Date Mon 15 Feb 2021
How COVID-19 sparked an explosion in smell-loss research

Loss of sense of smell has become one of the issues most associated with COVID-19. Three years on, around 700,000 people in the UK alone are believed to have total smell loss (anosmia) caused by the v...