Scouse Science January

Scouse Science Podcast with Professor Tom Solomon

1:00pm - 2:00pm / Monday 11th January 2021
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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Professor Tom Solomon's guests in this episode are Call the Midwife actor, Stephen McGann, and Dr Stacy Todd, a Consultant in Infectious Diseases from the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

Stephen McGann is a Liverpudlian actor, author, and science communicator, best known for portraying Doctor Patrick Turner in the BBC One medical period drama series Call the Midwife. He is one of a family of acting brothers including Joe, Paul, and Mark.

Dr Stacy Todd is a Consultant in Infectious Diseases at Royal Liverpool University Hospital. Her research interests are in transmission of infection and she has previously worked on studies in UK, Malawi and Vietnam. She has recently been part of a review of clinical infection research in Liverpool and is currently research lead for Tropical and Infectious Disease Unit at the Royal and is an NIHR NWC Research Scholar.

Professor Tom Solomon is Director of the UK's Emerging Infections Research Unit based as the University of Liverpool, is on the NHS front line at the Walton NeuroCentre and Royal Liverpool University Hospital, and appears regularly on television and radio discussing science.