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CfP: Digital Health/Digital Capitalism One Day Conference 4th July 2016

A one day conference on Digital Health/Digital Capitalism will be taking place at Leeds Beckett on 4th July 2016. Read more »

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MS Society fund project on risk and benefits in MS treatment

Thesp member Ana Manzano wins funding from the Multiple Sclerosis Society for an exciting new research project on Risk and Benefits in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Selection. Read more »

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RealismLeeds conference establishes network of international researchers

RealismLeeds international conference ‘The State of the Art of Realist Methodologies’ at Leeds establishes an international network of realist researchers and methodologists. Read more »

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Upcoming talks by Anne Kerr

Anne Kerr will be talking about the implications for cancer of genomic medicine, and what it means to be human in the era of precision medicine. Read more »

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Visit to China

Anne Kerr and Mark Monaghan recently visited China and gave lectures whilst they were there. Read more »

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New Publications by Centre members

New publications by Centre members Joanne Greenhalgh and Mary Madden. Read more »

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New project: Effectiveness of a Community Health Care Workers Programme for Maternal and Child Health in Nigeria

Research has started on “Effectiveness of a novel community health care workers programme for maternal and child health in Nigeria”  led by Dr Tolib Mirzoev, with Dr Ana Manzano as a co-investigator. Read more »

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Affective practices, care and bioscience: a study of two laboratories

New publication by Anne Kerr and Lisa Garforth in The Sociological Review. Read more »

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‘Kidneys for sale’ observer article on organ trafficking

THESP mentioned in an Observer article ‘Kidneys for sale: Iran’s trade in organs’ by Francesco Alesi and Luca Muziwhere, where Ana Manzano gives her views on this controversial issue. Read more »

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From lab to bedside and battlefield to boardroom: exploring histories and futures of innovation and technology in Advanced Wound Care

New pump priming project led by Mary Madden in collaboration with James Stark, exploring the historical context of major developments in wound care. Read more »

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