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Hear about some of the latest health and wellbeing research from researchers in this fast-paced dynamic event format.
Across the world, people are experiencing complex challenges affecting their health and wellbeing. With health, nutrition and well being one of the main priorities of the University of Aberdeen's research activity, join researchers from across the university as they discuss their latest research seeking to find out or address some of the major health challenges.
Meet the following researchers at the event:
Dr Nicole Andelic, Aberdeen Business School - Performance-related pay and stress
Ann-Kristin Kaune, PhD Student, Aberdeen Fungal Group - Story of a hungry opportunist
Dr Taylor Coffey, Research Fellow, Health Services Research Unit - Better communication, better trials, better healthcare
Dr Wael Houssen, Institute of Medical Sciences - Cure from a Lethal Sting
Professor Paul Fowler, Institute of Medical Sciences - Polluted lungs before the first breath
Meaning Japanese for 'Chit Chat' a PechaKucha event is a dynamic, fast-paced presentation format where researchers present 20 slides and talk for 20 seconds per slide.
This event is part of the Explorahton events programme, you can find our more about Explorathon here.
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- Public Engagement with Research Unit
- Aberdeen Arts Centre