Monday 18, December 2017

Cardiovascular Science Featured Open Session

When:
21 October 2017 @ 12:00 – 16:00
2017-10-21T12:00:00+01:00
2017-10-21T16:00:00+01:00
Where:
ASCUS Lab
Summerhall Pl
Edinburgh EH9 1PL
UK
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Cardiovascular Science Featured Open Session @ ASCUS Lab | Scotland | United Kingdom

For our ASCUS Lab Open Session on Saturday the 21st (12-4pm) of October we are delighted to announce that we will be joined by cardiovascular science PhD researchers Rebecca Wafer, Teodora Aldea and Emmanouil Solomonidis, who will spend the afternoon with us sharing and doing live demos of the research that they do at BHF Centre of Research Excellence for Cardiovascular Science at the University of Edinburgh.

Cardiovascular disease kills one person every three minutes in the UK, therefore research into its causes and future treatments is vital. This featured Open Session will explore the different ways in which researchers study cardiovascular disease, by showing visitors to the lab the different tools and methods used in the research, how samples are processed and how they are then visualised in order to extract information. Visitors will get the chance to see up close the process of staining tissue samples, examining them under a microscope and observing the effects different diets can have on the body, you may even get the chance to try it for yourself! In addition to this, visitors will also have the opportunity to examine pre-prepared samples stained in different ways for different research purposes.

This is a unique chance to explore the different equipment and imaging tools available for public use in ASCUS Lab and used in current cardiovascular science research, so drop in to chat to Rebecca, Teodora and Emmanouil to find out more about what is happening in the world of cardiovascular science today.

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