Clock-work in health and disease: How genes time our physiology and behaviour

Clock-work in health and disease: How genes time our physiology and behaviour
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Join Dr Tyler Stevenson from the School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen for a talk exploring biological rhythms.

Tyler will discuss how the timing of our behaviour is caused by a combination of genetic signals and environmental information. He will cover topics such as the genetic structure of daily and seasonal rhythms and how disruptions caused by modern lifestyles impact our health.

This event is part of British Science Week 2018. View the full programme for families and schools here and on Facebook.

Free, booking essential.

Speaker
Dr Tyler Stevenson
Venue
Aberdeen Central Library
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Free, tickets essential

Booking
Online booking available