Past event

Inaugural Lecture -- Professor Frank Sullivan 'On a front line of Health Services'

When Sir James Mackenzie established the Institute for Clinical Research in St Andrews in 1919 he wanted ‘To do for medicine what the Atomic Theory had done for chemistry'. Although he died before the network of general practitioners and scientists he collaborated with locally could realise that goal, his vision has inspired clinical academics internationally. This talk will explore some of Scotland's contributions to research on the front line of health services and the role St Andrews can play in future.