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Summer 2021 undergraduate student placements

Summer placements for undergraduate students studying medicine and medical sciences at the University of Aberdeen successfully ran again over the summer of 2021.

Students worked both on campus and remotely within research teams in the School, studying a wide range of topics and gaining first-hand experience of working in a…

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Strength and conditioning internship experience with Cricket Scotland

Fourth year Sports & Exercise Science student, Matthew Callow, had a busy summer delivering strength and conditioning support to the Caledonian Highlanders (Regional Cricket development) U18 Girls’ side through Cricket Scotland. A lover of sports, although more used to football, squash and rugby as well as taking part in powerlifting…

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MSci Industrial Placement Experience: Daria

Hi, I’m Daria, a fourth year Immunology student from Italy. I am currently in the sixth month of my Placement year at the European Institute of Oncology in Milan, Italy. I am doing this experience to become familiar with working in a real lab and I really recommend it! Despite…

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PEGblog #1: November 2020

Welcome to PEGblogs - a series of blog posts about postgraduate teaching, work placements and educational research in the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition!

Welcome to this, the first post in our new blog mini-series, PEGblogs, launched in November 2020 via our School Blog page. We will be…

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Student research spotlight: Aleksandra

Nine Things Genomes Can Tell Us About Candida Auris

Fungal diseases cause more than 1.5 million deaths every year, which exceeds the global mortality for malaria. A limited number of available antifungal drugs is the mainstay of antifungal therapy. For many years, scientists have cautioned that overuse of antibiotics reduces…

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