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Ian Ellul

Dr Ian Ellul PhD[Paed.][Melit.] has been the managing editor of The Synapse Journal since 2005. He was also Director of Pharmacy Services at a private hospital group, the government's Clinical Trials Coordinator for trials conducted in Malta, as well as senior regulatory affairs officer.  

 

Thursday, 08 November 2018 20:14

UK’s Breast Cancer Screening Glitch

by Ian Ellul - Last May, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced that 450,000 women between the ages of 68 and 71 in the UK failed to receive invitations for a final routine breast cancer screening.

Friday, 18 May 2018 20:45

Gene Editing … Quo Vadis?

Ian Ellul - As discussed in the last editorial, modern gene editing is quite precise but it is not perfect.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 20:07

Nip and Tuck … Embrace the Future

I wish to start 2018 by discussing gene editing which, following last year’s remarkable advances, is rumoured to continue to make a star appearance on stage. Gene editing basically rewrites DNA, disabling target genes, correcting harmful mutations and changing the activity of specific genes.

Saturday, 14 April 2018 18:55

Educational Failure?

Ian Ellul - Think Dementia…

Ian Ellul

Dr Ian Ellul - eLearning VS traditional face-to-face interaction

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