IMSR’s very own Professor Chris McCabe (Professor of Molecular Endocrinology) will be charing an ‘in conversation’ event with Professor Richard Dawkins, one of the world’s most eminent writers and thinkers, and a major contributor to the public understanding of the science of evolution. Chris himself has also lectured widely across the world both within science, … Continue reading “Chris McCabe to chair Wolves Lit Fest event featuring Richard Dawkins”
Month: January 2022
Recent research on radiotherapy shared with pituitary patients
The Birmingham Pituitary Academy organised a successful patient engagement session on radiotherapy on Saturday 15th January 2022. Dr. Sara Meade, Consultant Oncologist from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Dr. Ross Hamblin, Clinical Research Fellow of Dr. Niki Karavitaki discussed the pros and cons of radiotherapy for pituitary tumours. Recent research data of the pituitary team on … Continue reading “Recent research on radiotherapy shared with pituitary patients”
SMQB secure Research England funding to involve the public!
Two teams from the Centre for Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine have secured funding through the Research England QR Enhancing Research and Knowledge Exchange Funding Programme: Atif Shahzad, John Terry, Luke Tait and Liam Grover (HTI) received ~£41K to develop a prototype of an affordable, easy-to-apply EEG headset to revolutionise diagnosis and management of epilepsy, … Continue reading “SMQB secure Research England funding to involve the public!”
Bringing Birmingham to You: Global Maternal Health on Jan 25th webinar!
Join Arri Coomarasamy, Professor of Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine, and Shakila Thangaratinam, Professor of Maternal and Perinatal Health, to learn about their fight against maternal mortality in low and middle income countries around the world. Learn about the simple and effective package of care that helps healthcare practitioners attending the birth to diagnose bleeding early and treat women quickly … Continue reading “Bringing Birmingham to You: Global Maternal Health on Jan 25th webinar!”
Happy New Year & SMQB Artist Blogs!
Happy New Year from the IMSR! We are looking forward to more public and patient engagement activities over the next year and we welcome ideas if you have them. Speak to one of the IMSR Community Action Team reps to pass on your suggestions! The SMQB’s Artists in Residence programme for 2021-22 is already in … Continue reading “Happy New Year & SMQB Artist Blogs!”