[BERG] Professor Ian Peers - Thursday seminar

Hannah Buchanan-Smith h.m.buchanan-smith at stir.ac.uk
Mon Jan 26 17:15:41 GMT 2015

Dear all

Our seminar speaker this week, Ian Peers has been made an Honorary Professor in Psychology.

Please can I encourage you to come to his talk (details below) – Ian provides important links with industry (impact), and is of interest to health psychologists as well an animal researchers, and those interested in  stats and experimental design.

He is also offering stats advice. So come along and meet him!

I shall be taking Ian out for dinner after his talk – please let me know by noon on Wednesday if you’d like to join us and I shall make a plan.

Thanks, Hannah

From: Roswitha Lucht
Sent: 26 January 2015 12:09
To: Psychology Staff
Subject: Psychology Research Seminar on 29th January , at 4pm in 3A94 - Professor Ian Peers
Dear All

Please may we invite you to come along to our next  Research Seminar on Thursday, 29th January, at 4pm in the Psychology Common Room 3A94.

Professor Ian Peers, from the University of Stirling and Global Head Statistics AstraZeneca, will be giving a talk with the title Animal Research in Biopharmaceutical R&D, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Impact of Good Statistical Practice.

We would like to encourage academics, research staff and postgraduate students to please make every effort to attend these seminars.

We look forward to seeing you and attach a poster with the event.

Kind Regards


Roswitha Lucht
Administrative Assistant
School of Natural Sciences
University of Stirling
E: roswitha.lucht at stid.ac.uk<mailto:roswitha.lucht at stid.ac.uk>
T: +44 (0) 1786 467640

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