The GC Half-Yearly Meeting took place at 1.15pm on Saturday 10th June in the QMRI building, Little France, Edinburgh. This was a free event preceded by a light lunch and followed by four revolving sessions covering Big Data, Imaging, Dementia and a tour of the Ann Rowling Neurology Clinic. This successful event was very well attended and provided an opportunity to illustrate developments in the Medical School and showcase some of the wonderful IIG projects currently taking place.
Here's what some of our participants had to say:
"what an excellent afternoon we all had at Little France on Saturday....I learned so much and it brings us closer to our University when we understand more of what goes on in research"
"I can't tell you how much I enjoyed yesterday's meeting of the General Council. I thought it would be interesting but was quite unprepared for how stimulating it would be"
"Just to thank you for Saturday's event which I found most enjoyable and informative"
"Many thanks indeed for all the work you put in to bring together such a fascinating event on Saturday afternoon. It certainly makes one very proud to be an alumni of a University which is making such an extraordinary contribution to medical research"
"What an excellent event you organised for us on Saturday. Everything went like clockwork and the tour of the various departments after Moira Whyte's interesting talk was so impressive"