Public lectures

Our research focuses on understanding the factors that influence long-term health and our public lectures are a chance to hear the latest discoveries.

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Treating fetal growth restriction, feeding preterm babies, understanding the composition of breast milk and more.

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Female Liggins Institute postgraduate student in the laboratory

Improving life for kids with cerebral palsy, preventing low blood sugars in newborns: some of the ways we’re translating scientific discoveries into practice.

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Toy model used for demonstrating DNA genome

How your DNA affects your long-term health and why your gut microbiome can be both a cause of and a treatment for obesity.

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milk trial

How do our nutritional needs change as we age and is fish oil taken in pregnancy actually good for your baby?

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Distinguished Professor Dame Jane Harding

It starts with babies

Watch a special lecture with world-leading neonatologist Distinguished Professor Dame Jane Harding, who was made a Dame in the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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