Events

Mackenzie Lecture

Published on: 24th April 2018

When
09 May 2018
9am

Where
Dundee

Gannochy Lecture Theatre
School of Medicine
University of Dundee
Dundee
DD2 4BF

The Mackenzie Lecture is an annual event held in honour of Sir James Mackenzie, a pioneer in research in general practice and the safe use of medicines.

The 2018 Mackenzie Lecture this year will be delivered by:
Prof Miriam Sturkenboom
“Big Data Science on European and Global Scale to Address Vaccine Safety and Benefits”

The 2018 Mackenzie Lecture will be held at Ninewells Hospital and hosted by the Health Informatics Centre (HIC), Memo, and the Division of Population Health Sciences in collaboration with Dundee University and St Andrews University.

To mark the occasion of Professor Miriam Sturkenboom’s visit to deliver the Lecture, we are planning a free mini-conference designed to facilitate collaborations and showcase on-going research in this field.

A number of the presentations throughout the programme will feature ground breaking research activity, whilst showcasing the range of software development, data linkage and anonymisation, recruitment mailings, informatics expertise for clinical trials, and the ISO 27001 certified Safe Haven environment that are provided by HIC Services.

On the Day:

Registration opens at 9am. Please come early to enjoy coffee and peruse the posters and stalls in the Medical Museum.

Lunch will be provided. Please email Jenn with any dietary and accessibility needs you may have at: hicservices-admin@dundee.ac.uk

Register on Eventbrite.

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