AURDM Symposium 2016

The 6th Annual Academic Unit of Reproductive and Developmental Medicine (AURDM) Symposium took place on Friday 20 November 2016 in the Ian Cooke Lecture Theatre (Jessop Wing) with over 50 delegates in attendance from across the University and further afield. This year’s programme included lectures from invited speakers on “Reproduction is in control and has…

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Clinical Lecturer reflects on teaching qualification

Congratulations to Dr Habiba Kapaya, NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, who recently competed the CiLT teaching course while also undertaking her research project and her clinical duties. “Completing two years of CiLT teaching course has not only awarded me with a Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA) qualification but has also broadened my…

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Academic Unit of Reproductive and Developmental Medicine Seminar 14 July

Title: The Rabbit-Woman of Godalming: Childbirth, Medical Thought and Power Struggles in the Delivery Room Time:  12.30 – 1.30 Venue: 1230 IAN COOKE LECTURE THEATRE, JESSOP WING Speaker:  Professor Karen Harvey, Department of History, University of Sheffield In 1726, a woman began giving birth to rabbits. Several highly respected doctors believed her. In this talk, Professor Harvey explores why it took…

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Professor Allan Pacey Recognised in New Years Honours List

Professor Allan Pacey

Professor Allan Pacey, from the Academic Unit of Reproductive and Developmental Medicine within the Department of Oncology and Metabolism and Head of Andrology for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, was recognised in the annual list for his services to reproductive medicine. Allan joined the University of Sheffield in 1992 as a postdoctoral scientist and he was…

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