We are pleased to introduce you to IMSR’s new Community Action Team (CAT)!
CAT includes PhD students and PostDocs who are passionate about engaging patients, diverse young people and the public with IMSR research. Working with IMSR’s Community & Public Engagement Manager, the CAT team will co-develop new engagement projects, working with the wider IMSR community to ensure our entire research portfolio has the opportunity to contribute activities and develop their skills and experience in engagement and involvement.
CAT will take a leading role in the planning of the annual We Are IMSR Community Day, as well as other key IMSR public events and training.
Read more about the team (including their mini biographies) visit www.blog.bham.ac.uk/weareimsr/cat
The Community Action Team is…
From the Metabolism research theme:
- Daniela Nasteska
- Cristina Escribano Gonzales
- Himani Rana
From the Maternal & Reproductive Health research theme:
- John Allotey
- Catherine Dunlop
From the Endocrinology research theme:
- Amarah Anthony
- Punith Kempegowda
From the Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine research theme
- Luke Tait
- Atif Shahzad
- Isabella Marinelli