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!”
Purple Day on campus!
Over 40 staff, students and visitors joined epilepsy awareness events run by the SMQB on campus. Kicking this off was an enjoyable seizure first-aid training session at lunch run by Epilepsy Action lead Simon Privett. Simon is also one of SMQB’s AMIGO patient and public involvement representives and has a long history of collaborating with … Continue reading “Purple Day on campus!”
New #SMQBair blog from artist Karina Thompson!
The lastest SMBQ Artist in Residence (aka #SMQBair) blog is up, this time from artist Karina Thompson. Karina is a textile artist based in Birmingham and she has been exhibiting work in this medium since 1987. In her blog post, Karina describes her artistic process & the mathematical modelling research on Epilepsy, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity … Continue reading “New #SMQBair blog from artist Karina Thompson!”
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!”
Artist in Residence: Lockdown Update
It seems unbelievable that we are already headed into August. But here we are, already five months into lockdown… When SMQB first launched our Artist-in-Residence programme, we could have never envisioned the world we’d now be living in and to some extent this new reality must itself be shaping the collaborations and the nature of … Continue reading “Artist in Residence: Lockdown Update”