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UCL Bite-Sized Lunchtime Lecture: medical missionaries and microglia malfunction

Join us for an inspiring lunch hour and take the opportunity to quiz some of UCL's early-career researchers about their work.

This week, historian Hilary Ingram looks at why female doctors pursued careers in medical missions upon completion of their medical studies. Next, neuroscientist Joseph Jebelli explains efforts to understand and utilise the brain’s resident immune cells for therapeutic means.


Hilary Ingram | talks
Joseph Jebelli | talks


Date and Time:

23 November 2012 at 1:00 pm


1 hour



Chadwick Building Room B05
UCL, Gower Street
020 7679 2489
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Organised by:

UCL Public Engagement Unit
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Talks will start at ten past one, and finish at five to two.

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