In collaboration with the University Hospitals Birmingham, IMSR researchers took part in activities supporting awareness and enhanced understanding of pituitary-related health conditions. The pituitary – located at the base of the brain – is often referred to as the ‘master gland’ as it plays a key role in hormone regulation of growth and many other … Continue reading “Pituitary Patient Engagement Day”
Lore + (Dis)order exhibition launches!
The Centre for Systems Modelling and Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB) launched its sciart exhibition ‘Lore + (Dis)order’ last Friday night and approximately 200-250 people visited well into the night! Visitors explored the gallery and chatted with the artists and scientists involved in collaborating on each of the artworks. We were also really pleased to see some … Continue reading “Lore + (Dis)order exhibition launches!”
Lore + (Dis)order: sciart exhibition
2- 23 September, Centrala Lore + (Dis)order is a new sciart exhibition celebrating collaborations between scientists and artists working with the Centre for Systems Modelling and Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB) at University of Birmingham. It features the work of 8 artists who have produced creative responses to new contemporary research at the interface of biomedicine and … Continue reading “Lore + (Dis)order: sciart exhibition”
IMSR engages at CoCoMad Festival 2022!
On Saturday July 2nd, a collaborative team of IMSR researchers took part in public engagement activities at CoCoMad Festival. This is a free annual community festival held in Cotteridge Park about 2.5 miles away from the University. The festival attracts over 6000 people each year for its fun range of outdoor activities. IMSR’s involvement in … Continue reading “IMSR engages at CoCoMad Festival 2022!”
INTERFACE: Science + Art + Health – in conversation with SMQB Artists in Residence 2020-21
In 2020 the Centre for Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB) embarked on a new Artist-in-Residence programme. Four multidisciplinary artists joined forces with researchers and clinicians working at the interface between mathematics, biology and healthcare. Together, and despite the pandemic challenges of the past year, they have co-crafted new artistic works that respond to contemporary research through … Continue reading “INTERFACE: Science + Art + Health – in conversation with SMQB Artists in Residence 2020-21”
We Are IMSR World Diabetes Day 2020: Rewatch it!
Missed our We Are IMSR World Diabetes Day 2020 event? Not to worry, you can rewatch the discussion here. Recording from 14th November 2020:
World Diabetes Day – Saturday Nov 14th, 11am!
The IMSR and Centre for Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB) are excited to invite you to a free online event for World Diabetes Day 2020! We are extremely pleased to be hosting this event in partnership with Diabetes UK – a major funder for diabetes research and a crucial source of support for so … Continue reading “World Diabetes Day – Saturday Nov 14th, 11am!”
Join SMBQ this November for a public digital health debate, interdisciplinary networking & more!
Professor John Terry is the Director of the Centre for Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB) and also IMSR’s research theme lead for this area of work, which aims to transform lives through quantitative biomedical and clinical research. The SMQB are a group of research innovators with backgrounds in mathematics, computer science, physics and biomedicine. … Continue reading “Join SMBQ this November for a public digital health debate, interdisciplinary networking & more!”