FMHS-FLS Research Forum: Biological Clocks (II) - CANCELLED
|Starts:||14:00 23 May 2013|
|Ends:||16:00 23 May 2013|
|What is it:||Talk|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Life Sciences|
|Who is it for:||Alumni, Current University students, University staff|
Please note: this meeting has now been cancelled
Title: Biological Clocks (II)
About the 'FMHS-FLS Research Forum 2013':
Enhancing FMHS-FLS biomedical research collaborations is a high priority. To advance cross-faculty links, a regular fortnightly series of informal topic-based cross-faculty research meetings (started in January 2013) aims to target ‘hot’ translational biomedical topics that are very likely to benefit from strong cross-faculty research links.
- The format is flexible, but usually involves short presentations with discussion, followed by break-out sessions with refreshments.
- We wish to encourage and support cross-faculty collaborations leading to major new strategic funding and research outputs, and innovative research opportunities for clinical/non-clinical students.
- Everyone is welcome to attend.
- Full details of each individual topic(s), and the FMHS and FLS Lead PIs, will be circulated well in advance.
- Funding support: an FMHS Research Strategy Coordinator and an FLS Research Support Manager will be present at each Forum meeting, to provide targeted advice on internal and external funding.
- Suggestions for future topics are strongly encouraged, please contact Cay Kielty.
Academic organiser: Cay Kielty
+44(0)161 275 5739
- Deborah Bentley: email@example.com or +44(0)161 275 5465
- Kay Hodgson: firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)161 306 0552 (for Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health / Institute of Human Development / School of Psychological Sciences)
- Katherine Boylan: email@example.com or +44(0)161 275 7594 (for Institute of Cancer Sciences / Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences / School of Dentistry / School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences)
- Daniel Jameson: firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)161 306 0553 (for Institute of Inflammation and Repair / Institute of Population Health / School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work)
Travel and Contact Information
Jean McFarlane Building