New iBSc course full in first year3 March 2021This iBSc will provide students with the opportunity to develop real world research skills, with 7 internal and 3 external students, we are delighted to welcome them in September 2021.
Dr Emma Anderson awarded NIHR doctoral fellowship to explore maternal vaccines in the NHS21 January 2021Having recently been promoted to Research Fellow at the Centre for Academic Child Health, Dr Emma Anderson is launching the Maternal Vaccines in the NHS (MAVIS) Study. In this doctoral research fellowship, funded by the National Institute for Health Research, Emma will explore why pregnant women are missing out on their whooping cough vaccine and how maternity services across England can be supported to improve coverage.
Dr Anna Pease awarded NIHR Advanced Fellowship15 December 2020Anna is currently a senior research associate within the University’s Centre for Academic Child Health. She completed her PhD at UoB in 2016, looking at decision-making for infant care in families with infants at increased risk of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI). With a background in Health Psychology, she has just been awarded a 5-year Advanced Fellowship from the NIHR to develop an intervention for families with infants at increased risk of SUDI.
Carol Joinson launches URApp3 November 2020Carol Joinson launched URApp, a new smartphone app that is specially designed to support young people with daytime wetting, at the ERIC Paediatric Continence Care eConference