VIRTUAL EVENT: Cancer Biomedicine BSc - making discoveries and saving lives
04 October 2022, 4:30 pm–5:30 pm
Taster Sessions - virtual events designed to provide prospective students with an insight into UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences undergraduate programmes.
This event is free.
About the session
Cancer is common and can affect us all. Half of us will hear the words “you have cancer” at some point in our lives….
At the internationally renowned UCL Cancer Institute, we strive to educate and train the next generation of cancer researchers. Our Cancer Biomedicine BSc is a dynamic and stimulating degree which will equip graduates with the skills to drive innovation and research across biomedical sciences in the future.
This taster talk will be followed by a Q&A session with our programme lead and a current student.
- Live captioning will be available at this event
- This event is taking place on Zoom Webinar
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About the Speaker
Dr Ursula McGovern
Cancer Biomedicine BSc Programme Lead at UCL
Dr Ursula McGovern is a consultant medical oncologist at University College London Hospitals. She was appointed a consultant in 2011 and completed her oncology training in London, obtaining a PhD in molecular oncology from Imperial College.
She specialises in the treatment of prostate and bladder cancer and leads a large number of clinical trials for men with advanced prostate cancer and patients with bladder cancer, collaborating with other centres in the UK and internationally.
In her role as a UCL honorary associate professor, she runs the oncology teaching programme delivered by UCL Medical School and is the Undergraduate Programme Lead for the UCL Cancer Institute, helping to train and encourage UCL students to become the cancer physicians and researchers of the future.