UCL Population Health Sciences


Inaugural Lectures

Our Inaugural Lectures provide an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the achievements of our professors who are pushing the boundaries of knowledge in Population Health Sciences.

Please see our full schedule below, which will be updated with links to information about each lecture and speaker. 


21 February 2019

Professor Tom Jaques

Developing diagnoses for developing brains

12 March 2019

Professor Paul Taylor

Artificial Intelligence in healthcare: what’s there to worry about?

8 April 2019

Professor Caroline Fertleman

Serendipity: an unconcious thread

8 April 2019

Professor Helen Bruce

Why Cinderella must come to the ball: promoting and teaching child mental health 

3 June 2019

Professor Michelle De Haan

Give me the child and I’ll show you the man: can developmental cognitive neuroscience help predict outcomes from infancy

3 June 2019

Professor Manju Kurian

A Clinician-Scientist’s odyssey through the science of uncertainty and art of probability

1 July 2019

Professor Alison Rodger

Infectious Diseases

9 July 2019 

Professor Nicola Shelton

All over the place: the meanderings of a part-time professor 

All our Inaugural Lectures are free to attend and open to all.