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Durham University

Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Forthcoming Events and Latest Lecture Videos

The WRIHW Fourth Annual Early Career Researcher Conference - 14 June 2019

14th June 2019, 09:00 to 17:00, Calman Learning Centre

The Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing are delighted to host their Fourth Annual Early Career Researcher conference taking place in June at the Calman Learning Centre. This full day event will begin with an introduction from The Vice Chancellor and Warden Professor Stuart Corbridge.

Please note calls for Abstracts is now OPEN

Calling all undergraduates, postgraduates and postdocs involved in research. The Wolfson Early Career Researcher Committee invites you all to take part in the Fourth Annual Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing’s Early Career Researcher Conference taking place at Durham University on 14th June 2019.

The Wolfson Early Career Researcher committee is constituted by PhD students and postdocs in their early career and focus on nurturing an early career research (ECR) community in Durham across all departments.

The conference aims to showcase the wide range of health and wellbeing research at Durham University and promote interdisciplinary work amongst early career researchers. The conference will include poster sessions and talks, where participants have the opportunity to engage with the wider academic audience across Durham University.

Submit an Abstract or Poster

If you would like to submit a Poster or an Oral Abstract to present at our Conference please complete the registration form and email your abstract or poster submission to wolfson.ecr@durham.ac.uk for consideration.

Deadline for Poster and Oral Abstract submissions: 5th April 2019

Registration

It is essential you register your place for catering purposes (whether you are participating in the oral and poster presentations or attending the day); this is required by no later than Friday 17th May 2019. Please click on the link to register your place.

Car Parking/Travel Information

Parking is restricted to Durham University members of staff only. We strongly recommend that you use the park and ride services or Durham City public car parks. If you are commuting by train please click on this link: Rail information

Durham University Estate Map

With kind regards

The Wolfson ECR Committee - Durham

Contact wolfson.ecr@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.

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