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The lecture will take place in Room 1F11, Glenside Campus, Blackberry Hill, Bristol BS16 1DD by 19Professor Gmel is a Senior Scientist and Head of the Department of Statistics and Epidemiology at the Swiss Institute for the prevention of Alcohol and Drug Problems in Lausanne. He has an impressive record of academic achievement and played an important role in the production of of the World Health organization calculations of the disease burden related to alcohol. He has created more than 300 scientific publications and is widely respected in the area of alcohol and drug research.

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