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Posted on Thursday 14 November 2013
In December, SATSU Research Fellow Kimberly Jamie will be spending two weeks in Milan as a visiting scholar to the Institute of Oncology. Whilst in Milan, Kimberly will be working with Dr Giuseppe Testa and other colleagues at the Institute to examine the ways in which an increase in genetic information in Oncology practice is changing the nature of Oncology, cancer patient bodies and the medicines that are prescribed to cancer patients.
Posted on Thursday 17 October 2013
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Posted on Wednesday 24 July 2013
A paper by SATSU Research Fellow Kimberly Jamie has just been published in the international journal Pharmacy Education. The paper, which is based on Kimberly's PhD data, argues that a generational knowledge gap exists between young, newly trained pharmacists who are relatively genetically literate and more experienced pharmacists who have limited genetics training in professional development
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