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#DMUResearchMatters: a new series of research impact events begins


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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.

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 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.matters@dmu.ac.uk.

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

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