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Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Early Stage Researchers at the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Welcome to the WRIHW Early Stage Researcher (ESR) webpage.

The ESRs are the lifeblood of the Institute and this webpage provides a forum for you to interact and report your latest research highlights to the university and the research community worldwide. There are opportunities for Blogging, idea generation and collaboration with your fellow ESRs, with career development opportunities also to be flagged up going forward.

The Arts Health Early Career Research Network (ECRN)

Click here for more details. The Arts Health Early Career Research Network (ECRN)


CSGS Blog - One Day Workshop by Susan Frenk and Simon Forrest, co-directors CSGS

Click here for more details. CSGS Blog - One Day Workshop by Susan Frenk and Simon Forrest, co-directors CSGS


‘If physical activity was a pill, doctors could well be prescribing it to everyone’ by Coral Hanson

Click here for more details. ‘If physical activity was a pill, doctors could well be prescribing it to everyone’ by Coral Hanson


Coming out of academic comfort zones – embracing dissemination of research findings to all research users

Click here for more details. Coming out of academic comfort zones – embracing dissemination of research findings to all research users


The Second Annual WRIHW Early Stage Researcher Conference

The Second Annual Early Stage Researcher Conference - 12th June 2017, Durham City

More information about The Second Annual Early Stage Researcher Conference


CELLS blog: ESRC Seminar Series: Liability v Innovation: Unpacking Key Connections: Seminar 3 on the Medical Innovation Bill and the Access to Medical Treatments (Innovation Bill)

Click here for more details. CELLS blog: ESRC Seminar Series: Liability v Innovation: Unpacking Key Connections: Seminar 3 on the Medical Innovation Bill and the Access to Medical Treatments (Innovation Bill)


Register now for Annual lecture by Professor Trish Greenhalgh 'Academic primary health care: an interdisciplinary endeavor' http://bit.ly/2ktryMp

Click here for more details. Register now for Annual lecture by Professor Trish Greenhalgh 'Academic primary health care: an interdisciplinary endeavor' http://bit.ly/2ktryMp


The WRIHW and Dept. of Biosciences welcomes Dr Laura Johnston

Click here for more details. The WRIHW and Dept. of Biosciences welcomes Dr Laura Johnston