A word from our Interim FVP – March 2021

Dear Colleagues, Welcome to our March edition of The Pulse, one year on from the first COVID lockdown.  Today sees some easing of restrictions as part of the governments roadmap, allowing up to six people or two households to meet up outside.  Hopefully the promised few days of good weather this week will allow us…

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One year of video vivas

March marks the one year anniversary of video vivas for PGR students across the university. The viva is the final examination of a PGR student. The candidate must present their thesis and defend it, answering questions from experts in the relevant field or research. Until Covid-19, all vivas took place in person, with examiners often travelling…

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Anthony Nolan – Clinical Supporter of the Year Award

Congratulations to Dr Thushan de Silva from the Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular Disease for winning the Anthony Nolan Clinical Supporter of the Year at the Anthony Nolan digital awards ceremony. Thushan was announced as a winner in the Clinical Supporter category by Dr Ranj Singh. Thushan has worked with Prof John Snowden and Prof…

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Faculty Marketing & Recruitment update – March

Meet the Faculty Marketing & Recruitment Team The Faculty’s Marketing and Recruitment team develop marketing and recruitment strategies, create and maintain our webpages, coordinate recruitment events, develop content, deliver digital campaigns and manage the Faculty’s social media channels. They are also on hand to provide expertise and guidance for departments within the Faculty for any…

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Training sessions – Bioinformatics Core

The Bioinformatics Core is running some training sessions this coming April and May Data Manipulation and Visualisation in R (attendance at all sessions is required) Mon 12th April 13:00 to 16:00 Wed 14th April 13:00 to 16:00 Fri 16th April 13:00 to 16:00 Statistical Analysis in R April 21st. 13:00 to 16:00 Analysis of RNA-seq data in R …

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