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The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY

(7 Nov 2017) » More about The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY


Enlighten Project - Overcoming the 'black mirror' - a view from a hospice bedroom at night

(30 Oct 2017) » More about Enlighten Project - Overcoming the 'black mirror' - a view from a hospice bedroom at night


Technology Enhanced Learning SIG: Activity 2016/17

(23 Oct 2017) » More about Technology Enhanced Learning SIG: Activity 2016/17


Enlighten-related Event - Sunderland Illuminations 2017

(9 Oct 2017) » More about Enlighten-related Event - Sunderland Illuminations 2017


Others: a crowdfunded book by Professor Charles Fernyhough

(26 Sep 2017) » More about Others: a crowdfunded book by Professor Charles Fernyhough


Exciting results of clinical trial related to En'light'en

(4 Sep 2017) » More about Exciting results of clinical trial related to En'light'en


‘Shoal’ brings new light to Biosciences!

(24 Aug 2017) » More about ‘Shoal’ brings new light to Biosciences!


Call for proposals USIAS Fellowships 2018

(19 Jul 2017) » More about Call for proposals USIAS Fellowships 2018


The Arts Health Early Career Research Network (ECRN)

(12 Jun 2017) » More about The Arts Health Early Career Research Network (ECRN)


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

(1 Jun 2017) » More about 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

(31 May 2017) » More about ‘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

(15 May 2017) » More about Coming out of academic comfort zones – embracing dissemination of research findings to all research users


Sleep Lab Blog: Baby Sleep Down Under

(15 May 2017) » More about Sleep Lab Blog: Baby Sleep Down Under


Why is breathlessness invisible?

(9 May 2017) » More about Why is breathlessness invisible?


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

(8 May 2017)


Filling the Void in 2017

(3 May 2017) » More about Filling the Void in 2017


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)

(11 Apr 2017) » More about 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

(14 Feb 2017) » More about 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

(3 Jan 2017) » More about The WRIHW and Dept. of Biosciences welcomes Dr Laura Johnston


'Coping with Pain' free public event

(6 Dec 2016) » More about 'Coping with Pain' free public event


WRI Pain SIG affiliate, and ESR, Jo Quinlan publishes independent validation of Self-help Pain Management Plan

(5 Oct 2016) » More about WRI Pain SIG affiliate, and ESR, Jo Quinlan publishes independent validation of Self-help Pain Management Plan


Rest and well-being. World's largest survey

(27 Sep 2016) » More about Rest and well-being. World's largest survey


Lets Enlighten the brain in dementia

(26 Sep 2016) » More about Lets Enlighten the brain in dementia


New directions in participatory research ethics: Perspectives from UK and USA

(24 Aug 2016) » More about New directions in participatory research ethics: Perspectives from UK and USA


Stress Special Interest Group - the first year

(26 Jul 2016) » More about Stress Special Interest Group - the first year


On Lesbian Philology: When did Sappho become Sapphic, What’s a Tribade, and Who Said “Lesbians” don’t Lick?

(15 Jul 2016) » More about On Lesbian Philology: When did Sappho become Sapphic, What’s a Tribade, and Who Said “Lesbians” don’t Lick?


En-lighten: Taxus baccata

(4 Jul 2016) » More about En-lighten: Taxus baccata


Clinical Reasoning - 'from the classroom to the bedside!'

Please click here to view the presentation slides from Wednesday 29th June seminar from Dr Simon Gay on Clinical Reasoning - "from the classroom to the bedside!".

(1 Jul 2016)


All about our Organising Care SIG

(29 Jun 2016) » More about All about our Organising Care SIG


Wolfson Fellow becomes BMA president

(27 Jun 2016) » More about Wolfson Fellow becomes BMA president


Outstanding feedback to Chas Nelson (PhD student in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences) for his internship at the BBSRC, funded in part by a WRIHW Small grant (2015-2016) demonstrating significant impact.

(26 May 2016) » More about Outstanding feedback to Chas Nelson (PhD student in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences) for his internship at the BBSRC, funded in part by a WRIHW Small grant (2015-2016) demonstrating significant impact.


Why England could get knocked out in the quarter finals by Professor Clare Bambra

(24 May 2016) » More about Why England could get knocked out in the quarter finals by Professor Clare Bambra


Filling the Void - an update

(11 May 2016) » More about Filling the Void - an update


En'light'en Project at the Cheeseburn Contemporary Art, Design and culture event

(27 Apr 2016) » More about En'light'en Project at the Cheeseburn Contemporary Art, Design and culture event


A Theoretical Framework for Integrating Ethics and Law

(25 Apr 2016) » More about A Theoretical Framework for Integrating Ethics and Law


The Wolfson's Global Health SIG is going from strength to strength

(25 Apr 2016) » More about The Wolfson's Global Health SIG is going from strength to strength


How a Wolfson Research Institute grant enabled the wider distribution of research and ideas to non-academic audiences

(16 Apr 2016) » More about How a Wolfson Research Institute grant enabled the wider distribution of research and ideas to non-academic audiences


Preclinical animal anxiety research: flaws and prejudices

(17 Mar 2016) » More about Preclinical animal anxiety research: flaws and prejudices


Why apply for a Wolfson Small Grant? Here is an example of how the Wolfson can help facilitate excellence in research with incredible findings.

(29 Feb 2016) » More about by Vitale Sparacello


Stress SIG Colloquium a great success

(25 Feb 2016) » More about Stress SIG Colloquium a great success