Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health
Jan 10, 2019
Lecture Theatre 5 - Cohorts 1 and 2 DClinSci Section C workshop
Prof. Judy Williams' workshops for all Cohorts 1 and 2 HSST trainees on 1) Planning a Paper, 2) Writing Your Thesis and 3) Giving a Professional Talk. Dr. Rebecca Dearman's roundtable discussion with Life Sciences (UoM) trainees and supervisors.
Sep 21, 2017
[in BSL] Trial-related terminology in a study involving Deaf British Sign Language users
Short presentation based on the publication Young, A., Oram, R., Dodds, C., Nassimi-Green, C., Belk, R., Rogers, K., Davies, L., & Lovell, K. (2016). A qualitative exploration of trial-related terminology in a study involving Deaf British Sign Language users. BMC Trials, 17:219. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-016-1349-6
Nov 2, 2015
Why study the NCCN MSc at Manchester?
Former University of Manchester master's student Sophie Holmes discusses how the MSc in Neuroimaging for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience (NCCN) led her on to do groundbreaking research into the potential involvement of brain inflammation in schizophrenia and depression, at the Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre. Find out more at http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/courses/neuroimaging-clinical-cognitive-neuroscience-msc/
Apr 20, 2015
Why Study Adult Nursing (BNurs) at The University of Manchester?
The Adult Nursing (BNurs) aims to provide opportunities for students to develop the necessary knowledge, attitudes and skills to become visionary thinkers, with the potential to lead future developments in nursing research, education, policy and practice at local, national and international levels. In this video, some of our Adult Nursing (BNurs) students explain why they chose to study at The University of Manchester. For further information, see: Adult Nursing (3 Years) [BNurs] course http://www.nursing.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/bnursadult/coursedetails/
Nov 4, 2014
Science2Go - Alexander Heazell
Alexander Heazell is a National Institute for Health Research Clinician Scientist fellow, working in The University of Manchester's Institute of Human Development. In this video, Alexander talks about his research into the placenta and how it can be used to identify babies at risk of stillbirth.
Oct 22, 2014
Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health (BBMH) | An introduction by
The Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health comprises four Centres of basic and clinical research expertise, three of which are jointly with the School of Psychological Science (SPS) In this video, Prof Sh�n Lewis (Institute Director) gives a brief overview of the School and its activities. For further details, see: Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health http://www.bbmh.manchester.ac.uk/
Oct 22, 2014
The MHS Graduate Society | An introduction by Natalie Cureton and Cliff Wor
In this video, Natalie Cureton and Cliff Workman introduce the MHS Graduate Society at the first MHS Postgraduate Research (PGR) Showcase event. The PGR Showcase provides an opportunity to find out more about the pioneering research being conducted by our postgraduates, with oral and poster presentations represented by all of our Faculty's Schools and Institutes. To find out more about the PGR Showcase, see: Postgraduate Research Showcase 2013 http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/pgshowcase2013/
Oct 22, 2014
Science2Go | Amy Foulkes
Science-2-: 60-second science snapshots of our fellows with external fellowships. Amy Foulkes is an MRC clinical research fellow in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. In this video, Amy talks about her research into the effectiveness of different drugs in treating psoriasis. More about research in the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences at The University of Manchester can be found here: http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/research/
Oct 22, 2014
The MRC START Project | Ailsa Donnelly
MRC START is a project funded by the Medical Research Council Methodology Programme. Its aim is to improve the evidence-base concerning recruitment to trials, enhance recruitment rates and make research more accessible to the public. In this video, Ailsa Donnelly describes her role within the project. To find out more, see: MRC Start http://www.population-health.manchester.ac.uk/mrcstart/
Oct 22, 2014
The MRC START Project | Adwoa Hughes-Morley
MRC START is a project funded by the Medical Research Council Methodology Programme. Its aim is to improve the evidence-base concerning recruitment to trials, enhance recruitment rates and make research more accessible to the public. In this video, Adwoa Hughes-Morley describes her role within the project. To find out more, see: MRC Start http://www.population-health.manchester.ac.uk/mrcstart/
Oct 22, 2014
Advanced Practice in Forensic Mental Health (MSc) | University of Mancheste
The MSc in Advanced Practice in Forensic Mental Health (formerly known as MSc in Forensic Mental Health) is designed for those currently employed in, or who desire to be employed in a forensic setting. This would include settings such as: secure hospitals, prisons, Ministry of Justice, police, probation and other community-based service for mentally disordered offenders. In this video, some members of staff explain the benefits of studying Advanced Practice in Forensic Mental Health at The University of Manchester. For further details, see: Advanced Practice in Forensic Mental Health (MSc) http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/programmes/taughtmasters/apfmh
Apr 25, 2014
Manchester Psoriasis Shout Out - Flashdance!
A film for Manchester Psoriasis Shout Out 2014 featuring staff and students from The University of Manchester and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust dancing to raise awareness of the skin condition psoriasis. Also featuring students from New Charter Academy and comedian and actor Toby Hadoke.
Dec 10, 2013
M-Cubed Event: Lecture Five - The importance of statistics
A one minute lecture from the first Manchester Minute Microlectures (M-Cubed) event, took place at Manchester Museum on the 16th March, 2013. It was the brainchild of the University of Manchester's Susan Astley, and was realised by Nowgen with the support of the Wellcome Trust. this video is an edited version of the full event, presented by Kate Dack and featuring six lectures by academics and researchers across the faculties of Medical and Human Sciences and Life Sciences at the University of Manchester.