At a recent breakfast meeting on Highfield campus, I had an interesting discussion with Associate Deans (Research) from across the University and our Vice-President for Research and Enterprise, Professor Mark Spearing, about the research culture of the University. This was
I am writing this blog in Washington DC where I was invited to speak at the 50th Meeting of the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society. I was speaking in a workshop on the Heritable Hazards of Smoking. This session focussed
Last week I was in Norway attending the annual meeting of the RHINESSA study. It is always a pleasure to visit the lovely city of Bergen and catch up with colleagues who have now become friends. This week I am
It seems a long time since I sat in New Jersey watching dawn silhouette the skyscrapers of Manhattan as I wrote my last Faculty blog. Today I am sat in the (slightly) less inspiring location of Building 85 having come
This week I am in Weehawken, New Jersey, just across the river from Manhattan attending the 6th Annual In-FLAME Global Network meeting on the theme of “Building Resiliency: Inflammation, Ecosystems and the Transformation of Global Health”.
In amongst all the pressures on us as academics to publish and win grants, it can sometimes be easy to lose sight of why we undertake research – to increase knowledge and hopefully improve diagnosis and treatment of patients in
As a Faculty Leadership Team, this week we decided that to keep our colleagues informed about what is going on within the Faculty and wider University, the Associate Deans should take turns to write blog posts…