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Adjusting to working from home

With the majority of our staff and students now working from home during the coronavirus crisis, former freelancer and CMVM Public Engagement with Research Manager, Hazel Lambert, has…

Teaching in China

Sander van den Driesche is one of a number of ‘flying faculty’ CMVM lecturers who have been teaching for the past three years on the Zhejiang University/University of…

Online learning: the Master of Public Health experience

Dr Rose Geddes and Dr Neneh Rowa-Dewa from the Master of Public Health programme tell us about the benefits of online learning. Online learning is ideal for those…

Scope review of the year 2018

A whistle-stop review of some of the visual highlights of 2018. Dec 13, 2018

Thought for food – food for thought

Booking is now open for our next inaugural lecture. https://thoughtforfood.eventbrite.co.uk Nov 23, 2018

Mental health and wellbeing week

Mental Health and Wellbeing Week is a Students’ Association, Sports Union and University-led initiative to raise awareness and reduce the stigma given to mental health. This year, it…

Our Health: bringing local communities together

Guest blogger Helen Szoor-McElhinney, EPSRC Proteus Engagement Strategist, on a project bringing local communities together with students to create new research around health and wellbeing. Our Health projects create community-based…

Inaugural lecture: diary of a 21st century anatomist

Professor Tom Gillingwater’s inaugural lecture. Recorded at the Anatomy Lecture Theatre,  29 October 2018. Nov 3, 2018

Fresh from the Fringe…

Back by popular demand – for one performance only. Get tickets Nov 2, 2018

Born in a microbial cloud

Tickets are available for our next inaugual lecture,  “Born in a microbial cloud” by Professor Debby Bogaert. Monday 12 November, 5.30pm Get tickets Nov 1, 2018

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