Dr Dylan Jones is a Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences (Haematology & Human Physiology) and the Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Medical and Health Sciences at Bangor University. He is currently conducting research into the impact of digital pedagogies on student attainment; the evolution of virulence in historically significant pathogens; the impact of polymorphisms in health and disease; and the antimicrobial activity of plant extracts.
Although she was prevented from legally practicing medicine, Brecon’s Frances Hoggan didn’t let that stop her. Her legacy endures until...Read more
Anne Griffith's unwavering faith in the healing properties of nature, including the foxgloves of Aberdaron, changed medical historyRead more
Stories of scientific discovery such as that of the smallpox vaccine too often ignore the role played by communities like...Read more
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