Register at: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/medicine/athenaswan
This event is part of the International Women's Day Celebrations seriesFrom: March 7, 2018, noon
Professor of Molecular Cell Biology, ICH Genetics & Genomic Medicine Programme, UCL GOS Institute of Child Health, Faculty of Population Health Sciences
Professor Mole is interested in disease caused by genetic changes and how study of these mutations and their effects can reveal important and complex aspects of cell biology that may otherwise be beyond current appreciation. Her group make use of model systems.
Professor Mole will talk about her research strategy past and present and as part of her role as UCL Provost’s Envoy for Gender Equality reflect on gender related challenges in STEMM and highlight her Department’s recent Athena SWAN Gold award.
Pat Price, Director of Swansea University's Planning and Strategic Projects Unit, will also be speaking at this event about her career journey.
The event will be held in ILS1 seminar room at 12 - 3pm, and lunch will be provided.
Contact: Diane Kelly (Email: email@example.com)