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Keele University joins Midlands InnovationPosted on 21 June 2017 Keele University has joined Midlands Innovation, one of the Midlands region's most influential academic collaborations.
Visiting Keele ILAS Fellows collaborate with ISTM membersPosted on 20 June 2017 Two visiting Fellows in Keele's Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences are working with ISTM's members
Prize-winning research support posterPosted on 08 June 2017 A poster on research support won the delegates' prize at the ARMA conference in Liverpool
Professor Nick Forsyth Guest Professor at BOKU UniversityPosted on 30 May 2017 Professor Nick Forsyth has accepted the role of Guest Professor in the Department of Biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna this summer.
ISTM Seminar: 10 May 2017Posted on 10 May 2017 ISTM welcomed Professor Sheila MacNeil from the University of Sheffield to the Guy Hilton Research Centre on Wednesday 10 May.
ISTM holds 12th annual Postgraduate SymposiumPosted on 09 May 2017 ISTM holds its 12th annual Postgraduate Research Symposium at the North Staffordshire Medical Institute.
Neuroscientist appointed to BBSRC CommitteePosted on 05 May 2017 Neuroscientist appointed to BBSRC Committee.
CDT Cross Cadre ConferencePosted on 05 May 2017 The CDT Cross Cadre Conference was held on 27 and 28 April 2017
ISTM Promotion to Senior LecturerPosted on 13 April 2017 Congratulations to Dr Jan Herman Kuiper on his promotion to Senior Lecturer
Rehabilitation research: join the revolutionPosted on 21 March 2017 Dr Ed Chadwick gave an invited talk at a fascinating Keele event on 21 March 2017 headlined: “The Fourth Industrial Revolution – what every business needs to know”.
ISTM Research videos online
Video news clips from CNBC and Research TV about ISTM's research:
- Growing bones using stem cell research
- Malaria, Mosquitoes and Man - breaking a deadly cycle
- Breath of Life - a new diagnostic technique
Keele University Press Releases are issued by the Press Office.
ISTM Visiting Speakers and Seminar Series
ISTM runs a number of open seminars throughout the course of the academic year. Some seminars feature invited external speakers, while others are provided by internal staff and post graduate research students. All seminars are open to staff, Post Graduate Research students and Post Graduate Taught students.
ISTM Visiting Seminar Speakers
Invited external speakers from other universities and institutions give occasional guest seminars on their areas of expertise, usually in collaboration with Keele's researchers.
NEXT SEMINAR: to be advised
Last seminar: Wednesday 8th February 2016, 1.00 pm: Dr Mehran Moazen, UCL Biomechanics of calvarial growth, GHRC
All staff and students are welcome.
ISTM Department/MSc Seminar Series
These seminars are organised by Theme Leads and held on Wednsday lunchtimes in GHRC, covering a range of topics. The speakers are drawn from ISTM's members and collaborating institutions. All MSc students attend.
Current programme: ISTM Department Seminars 2016-17.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Tracy Stanyer.
ISTM Cancer Seminar Series
A specialised series in GHRC focussing on cancer, held for students and staff in the late afternoon with tea, coffee and snacks provided.
Current programme: ISTM Cancer Seminars 2017
For more details please contact Emily Crowley.
ISTM Lunchtime Protocol Series
This is a student led series in GHRC which provides existing post graduate reserach students with the opportunity to give seminars about their research projects.
Current programme: will be released for this series shortly.
If you have any questions, please contact Professor Ying Yang.
ISTM/School of Life Sciences: Cell & Molecular Medicine Seminar Series
These seminars are given by invited external speakers from other universities and institutions as well as internal staff and focus on topics specific to cell and mollecular medicine.
Current programme: Cell & Molecular Medicine Seminars 2016-17
If you have any questions, please contact Dr Mirna Mourtada-Maarabouni.
ISTM/School of Life Sciences: Neuroscience Group 'Brains for Breakfast' Seminar Series
These seminars are provided by both staff and students from across ISTM and the School of Life Sciences. Held in the Huxley Building, the focus of these seminars is specific to neuroscience.
Current programme: Brains for Breakfast Seminars 2015-16
If you have any questions, please contact Professor Divya Chari.
ISTM Research Theme Seminars
Each ISTM research theme offers a range of occasional seminars. Future events include:
Healthcare Technologies theme seminars
25 May 2017: a presentation from Prof Mel Mather's lab, 4.00pm in the Turing Lab, Keele campus.
Additional volunteers (both students and staff) are very welcome, please contact the organisor Dr Sarah Hart with any questions.
Staff and Student Vacancies at ISTM
Vacancies for academic, clinical, research, technical, managerial and support staff are advertised on the Keele Job Vacancies page.
All our studentships are advertised on the Keele Current Studentships page.
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