UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences



We offer public lectures, summer schools, and a variety of virtual and in-person sessions for students to learn about our courses and meet our teaching teams. Join an event and find out more about our exciting courses and research.
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Undergraduate Open Days and Taster Sessions

Come and meet our tutors and current students at an Open Day or an online taster session.

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Postgraduate Open Days and Information Sessions

Find out what studying with us is like by attending a virtual open day dedicated to your course of interest.

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Medical Sciences Public Lecture Series

Join one of our free virtual public lectures to get inspired by the fascinating world of medical sciences.

Upcoming events

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Latest public lecture

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Too little, (not) too late?

It is 165 years since we were first warned about accumulating greenhouse gas emissions. These warnings have been repeated for over 30 years. But still we have done nothing. Is it too late? Can anything be done? If so, who should do it? Prof. Hugh Montgomery presents the science of how we came to be where we are, what is coming, and what actions we must take.

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Call for abstracts

We welcome contributions for the inaugural Brain-Body Interactions Symposium by Friday 09 August. The event will take place on Friday 11 October 2024 at UCL.

This event is about how lifestyle factors influence brain health. Explore the intricate connections between the brain and body through investigations into nutrition, exercise, psychology, stress, sleep, aging, technology and the environment.

Anyone with university affiliation can contribute, from undergraduate students to tenured professors.

Submit an abstract

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