To celebrate two years of teaching quality improvement methods, Health Education East Midlands is excited to announce its call for delegates to the Quality Improvement Forum 2015 – HEEMQIF15.
Sport and exercise can help children with Tourette’s syndrome control their tics, say Nottingham researchers who […]
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The University secured a record-breaking £181m worth of new grants to fund its pioneering research in […]
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Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Centre for Hidden Histories of the First World War, Centre in Additive Manufacturing, Economic and Social Research Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Faculty of Science, Medical Research Council, Natural Environment Research Counci, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Saul Tendler, Science and Technologies Facilities Council, Synthetic Biology Research Centre
A visit to the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre inspired Life Cycle 4 riders.
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Tags: Campaign and Alumni Relations Office, CBTRC, Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre, Dr Susan Anderson, Emma Pearson, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, lecturer in Pathology, Life Cycle 4, Rebecca Clark, Sam White, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway
Praise for team as Kate gets set for new Australia role Kate Robertson, Director of Development and […]
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Tags: Chief Engagement Officer, Clinical Sciences, Clinical Sciences Building, Clinical Skills Centre, Community Health Sciences, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Graduate Entry Medicine and Health, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Kate Robertson, Lee Chrimes, Molecular Medical Sciences., Professor Ian Hall, School of Health Sciences, School of Life Sciences, School of Medicine, School of Nursing Midwifery and Physiotherapy, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Sports Marketing and Communications Officer, Tri-Campus Games, University of Adelaide
The world’s first centre of excellence specialising in pioneering research into the early detection of cancer was being officially launched at the University’s School of Graduate Entry Medicine on 26 January.
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Tags: Cancer, CEAC, Centre of Excellence for Autoimmunity in Cancer, EarlyCDT-Lung, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, International Agency for Research on Cancer, John Robertson, Oncimmune Ltd