Professor Ian Ellis, Professor Mohammed Ilyas and Professor Emad Rakha are hosting the 9th Joint Meeting of the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology and the Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland.
The Medical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research (MRC IHR) based in Nottingham and the Medical […]
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Come along to this free event to discuss LGBT Healthcare and Awareness. There will also be a choir performance and free pizza. Part of our LGBT History Month 2016 celebrations.
Professor Rodger Charlton will examine the current state of the NHS, considering the future direction of primary and secondary care along with the role doctors play in caring for and treating patients.
The School of Medicine is organising the ‘Impact Campaign Ceilidh’ – a fundraising evening featuring music by the Beeston Ceilidh Collective. Join in for a night of lively and energetic dancing in the Gaelic tradition – experience not essential!
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.
It’s long been thought that some aspects of personality may be linked to health and wellbeing […]
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Tags: Bruce Campbell, extroverts, Jeffrey Ma, Jesusa Arevalo, Kavita Vedhara, Lameese Eldesouky, Personality and gene expression: Do individual differences exist in the leukocyte transcriptome?, Professor Kavita Vedhara, Psychoneuroendocrinology, Sana Gill, School of Medicine, Social Genomics Core Laboratory, Steven Cole, UCLA
The School of Medicine present their keynote seminar ‘What does world-class research look like? How to create a vibrant research culture that supports the careers of scientist and clinical researchers’. The lecture will be delivered by Professor Rosalind Smyth CBE.