As part of the New Horizons Lecture Series, Professor Susan Bewley, Professor of Complex Obstetrics at King’s College London, will deliver an inspirational lecture in the assembly hall at 3.30pm next Wednesday 20th April.
Professor Bewley qualified as a doctor in 1982 and worked as an obstetrician for almost 30 years. She has a degree in Medical Law and Ethics and was the first woman trained in Maternal-Fetal Medicine in the UK.
The lecture gives a brief explanation about biology, why people are having children older and how this worsens outcomes. She describes how assisted reproduction technology has contributed to this trend.
Students interested in attending this lecture should collect a letter from B.0.05 to secure their place. Spaces for students are limited. All staff are welcome to attend.