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Preventing heart attacks by stopping the humble platelet

Haworth Building (Y2 on the Campus Map) - Lecture Theatre 101 - University of Birmingham
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Life and Environmental Sciences, Research
Monday 17th March 2014 (18:30-20:00)
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Part of the Spring Biology Lectures series

Dr Michael TomlinsonDr Mike Tomlinson, School of Biosciences

18:30 Refreshments
19:00 Lecture starts

Mike has an international reputation in the two fields of platelets and cell surface biology, and is funded by the British Heart Foundation to complete further research in these areas. Mike grew up in Birmingham, but went on to study in Bath, Oxford, and the USA. After returning to the UK, he began his own research group to study the regulation of platelet receptor signalling at the University of Birmingham. Mike teaches in both the School of Biosciences and the Medical School. 

Open to all who are interested in the study of Biology. Particularly suitable for A-Level students.
The lecture is free of charge. All welcome to attend, but booking is required.

The Howarth Building is marked as Y2 on the Edgbaston Campus map (PDF)

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