Second PubhD event 4th April 2017– Three scientists, three talks, three
PubhD has come to Oxford!
Three scientists, three talks, three different subjects.
After the success of our launch even in March we are continuing with April's instalment of PubhD.
The event will be on Tuesday 4th April, 7.30pm at St Aldates Tavern (The Blue Room).
Joining us to discuss their research, PhD students:
Antonio Gregorio Dias Jr: Ring the Alarm: 'Deu Zika' in the Americas
Maaike Zwart: Finding Meaning in Drawings of Quantum Theory
Max Epstein: Finding Chemical Weapon Antidotes with Chemical Slinkies
Visit our facebook page to find out more about the speakers
Hope to see you all there!
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It can be tough being human: life isn't straightforward and sometimes people find it hard to cope with the complex things that happen in their lives. Clinical psychologists use their understanding of how people behave, learn and feel to develop ways of helping people to resolve their emotional difficulties. Join us to hear Professor Sue Llewelyn explain how clinical psychologists use evidence from psychology, and from people's own experiences, to work with a range of difficulties like depression anxiety and post-traumatic stress.
Come along to the Blue Room upstairs at St. Aldates Tavern on Wednesday 19th April at 7pm to find out more!
Missed it? No problem! Our podcast will be available for download shortly after the event.