Lasdun Lectures 2024

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UEA Lasdun Lecture 2024
Menopause for All
 
Join Prof Anne-Marie Minihane, Head of the Nutrition and Prevention Research Group in Norwich Medical School, for a lecture exploring her critical research about the menopause. Her programme is focussed on well-being through the menopausal transition, and in particular the investigation of nutrition interventions which promote brain health (cognition, mood and anxiety). She’ll detail how, by interacting with groups such as the governmental All Party Parliamentary Group on the menopause, she is proactive in ensuring that research finding rapidly informs emerging population policy and services. 

If you would prefer to attend the event in-person in Norwich, please book using our in-person booking page.

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Thursday 9 May
18:30 - 20:00
Menopause for All (Online)
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