On Monday 30th January we will be welcoming external speaker Professor Pia Ostergaard, St. George’s University of London to the Vascular Science Seminar Series.
Details as follows:
Date: Monday 30th January
Time: 12 – 1pm (UK time)
Talk title: The Future of Genomic Medicine in Lymphatic practice
Location: Hybrid as detailed above
Prof Ostergaard gained her PhD from the Natural History Museum and Imperial College London (2004) under the supervision of Professor GA Boxshall and Professor D Quicke.
Following a career break (2002-2005) to bring up children, Prof Ostergaard was appointed Daphne Jackson Fellow (part-time) at St George’s, between 2005 and 2007. This was sponsored by the Daphne Jackson Trust and the Medical Research Council.
In 2007, Prof Ostergaard was appointed as a postdoctoral researcher at St George’s, funded by the British Skin Foundation and the British Heart Foundation. Following this Prof Ostergaard was appointed as Lecturer in Human Genetics in 2013. Most recently, she has been promoted to Professor. Her research focus mainly lies within lymphovascular medicine.
Since 2017 Prof Ostergaard has been a Trustee for the Daphne Jackson Trust where she sits on the Finance and General Purpose Committee and the Awards Assessment Committee. She is also on the awards assessment panel for the Daphne Jackson Trust.
A Vascular Science Seminar series site on MS Teams has been created for you to sign up to and join to be able to attend the seminars online if you cannot attend in person. To do so please click this link which will request access to the Team site and Seminar if you are not already a member.st
Please do this ahead of the seminar talk.
VS Seminars Team