Intercalated BSc in Clinical Sciences - News

Charlotte Savage paper to be published in BMJ Open Respiratory research

Since finishing Health Sciences, 3 years ago, Charlotte has been working with Dr James Dodd on creating an article for publishing from her dissertation. The School would like to extend our congratulations to Charlotte after the recent news that her paper will be published in BMJ Open Respiratory research.

Katie Hall wins prize at Advances in Cardiovascular Research conference in Slovakia

Katie Hall (2017/18) presented her research project at the ‘Advances in Cardiovascular Research: basic mechanisms to therapeutic strategies’ conference in Slovakia hosted by the International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences. Her poster won a prize in the Young Investigators Poster Competition – congratulations, Katie!

Jonathan Chan, Patrick Quinn and Grace Boyd publish their paper in BMJ Open

A super team effort by BSc Health Sciences graduates Jonathan Chan (2016/17), Patrick Quinn (2016/17) and Grace Boyd (2014/15) with their supervisor Dr Matthew Ridd to publish their work ‘Emoliient prescribing formularies in England and Wales: a cross-sectional study’ in BMJ Open (http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/8/6/e022009). Jonathan Chan: “It has involved a lot of hard work, but we had great support from Dr Matt Ridd.” Well done, team!

iBSc Clinical Sciences student Mark Huttman presents research project at KRUK conference

‌iBSc Clinical Sciences student Mark Huttman recently presented his research project at a Kidney Research UK conference. Mark presented at UK Kidney Week 2017 in Liverpool "which was good fun and really interesting to see what a national conference is all about!".

Sara Hillyer shortlisted for the Kennel Club Canine Health Award

Sara Hillyer, vet student 2016/17 profile picture with dogSara Hillyer has been shortlisted for the Kennel Club Canine Health Award, and has been awarded an MSD veterinary student bursary of £1,000. She has submitted an abstract for oral presentation at the British Small Animal Veterinary Association congress

Patrick Quinn presentation at European Society of Intensive Care Medicine

Patrick Quinn presented his work at the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine in Vienna in September this year. Patrick's presentation was titled 'What demand do major trauma patients put on the different surgical specialities?'.

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