SET for Britian science success for local scientist, Dr Chris Henstridge.
Dr. Chris Henstridge was in parliament on Monday 9th March to present his post-mortem analysis of the LBC1936 cohort to a panel of politicians and leading scientists at the Set For Britain event. This event is held each year in Westminster, with the aim to strengthen links between politicians and scientists at the forefront of UK science. Chris was chosen from hundreds of applicants across the country to take part in this unique event and showcase his work. The work drew a lot of interest from those present on the day and the sheer scale of the project and the vast wealth of information being gathered from the LBC1936 cohort as a whole, was appreciated by both politicians and scientists alike.
If you are interested in hearing more about the work currently underway in the lab, why not come along to the open event being organised for the Edinburgh Science Festival on the 9th and 10th April. See link below: