As part of #DMUResearchMatters, a series of research impact events will take place over 2018/19 celebrating DMU’s commitment to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The format of the events will be 10-minute presentations by DMU research staff on the impact of their research followed by a Q&A from a panel of ‘impact experts’.
There will also be poster displays on the university’s research themes by staff and students at each of these events.
The first event, Lifelong Wellbeing, takes place in the Vijay Patel Building (fourth floor) on Tuesday 6 November from 5-6.30pm. The programme is as follows:
- Introduction and Welcome: Professor Rusi Jaspal, Interim PVC Research
- Professor Nicky Hudson: 'Improving Policy and Practice in the management of endometriosis
- Professor Joan Taylor: Why do we have to have diabetes?
- Professor Rusi Jaspal: Enhancing HIV prevention and care
- Professor Katherine Huddersman: Water purification
- Dr Helen Coulthard: Teaching a lifelong love for healthy foods
- Dr Lee Hadlington: Developing interventions in cyber-safety and cyber-security
- Q&A Panel: Simon Oldroyd (Chair and PVC Dean, Health and Life Sciences), Professor Anwar Baydoun, Dr Laurence Gardiner, Professor Deborah Cartmell
To RSVP, please email DMUresearch.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming #DMUResearchMatters events include:
- Creativity in the Digital Age (Tuesday 26 February, 2-4pm, Trinity)
- Social Value (Wednesday 27 February, 2-4pm, Trinity)
- Urban Living (Wednesday 3 April, 2-4pm, The Venue@DMU, Hall 3)
Posted on Wednesday 31st October 2018