IMSR is hosting a series of free online events on Saturday, 19th June 2021 as part of our first online ‘We Are IMSR Festival’. This is a mini-festival of events bringing together researchers from across all four major themes in the IMSR. Expect endocrinologists, maternal health experts, quantitative scientists and metabolism researchers, and more! They … Continue reading “Join our We Are IMSR Festival this July 19th!”
International Women’s Day 2021: Our health matters, period.
Whilst International Women’s Day is on March 8th, we will be celebrating it early On Saturday 6th March at 11 am – 12.30 pm GMT. Join the Institute of Metabolism & Systems Research (IMSR) in collaboration with University of Birmingham’s Women’s Network for a community-led panel discussion focused on inequity in women’s healthcare. We will explore what … Continue reading “International Women’s Day 2021: Our health matters, period.”
IMSR awarded Society for Endocrinology award!
The IMSR is thrilled to announce that the Society for Endocrinology has awarded a £1000 grant to Dr Punith Kempegowda for public engagement. Punith is a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow and an honorary Specialist Registrar in Endocrinology, Diabetes and General Medicine, based in the IMSR. He has a passion for medical education and more … Continue reading “IMSR awarded Society for Endocrinology award!”
DAISy-PCOS Leadership Programme – We want you!
The DAISy-PCOS team at the University of Birmingham are excited to announce an opportunity for women to join us for a new PCOS Leadership Programme supported with public engagement funding from the Wellcome Trust and carried out by our multidisciplinary team at the Institute of Metabolism & Systems Research (IMSR), with the support of specialists … Continue reading “DAISy-PCOS Leadership Programme – We want you!”
PCOS Awareness Month Event (September 26th, 2020)
This September, the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research (IMSR) is pleased to invite you to a free, public webinar to mark PCOS Awareness Month. PolyCystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) affects at least 1 in 10 women worldwide and commonly causes irregular periods and difficulties trying to conceive. Previous research at the IMSR by Professor Wiebke Arlt … Continue reading “PCOS Awareness Month Event (September 26th, 2020)”