Drug transport nanoparticles | Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu FMedSci

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Drug transport nanoparticles | Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu FMedSci” – below is their description. Professor Uchegbu outlines the chemistry behind her pioneering research into how to effectively and safely deliver drugs to specific parts of the body. By controlling exactly where a drug is delivered within the body, doctors can … Read more Drug transport nanoparticles | Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu FMedSci

Why pregnancy research matters | Professor Lucy Chappell FMedSci

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Why pregnancy research matters | Professor Lucy Chappell FMedSci” – below is their description. Professor Lucy Chappell is upcoming Chief Scientific Adviser to the Department of Health and Social Care. In this short talk she explains why research is so key to improving care and outcomes for pregnant women, … Read more Why pregnancy research matters | Professor Lucy Chappell FMedSci

Rewiring the brain | Professor Heidi Johansen-Berg FMedSci

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Rewiring the brain | Professor Heidi Johansen-Berg FMedSci” – below is their description. Professor Johansen-Berg outlines her research into brain plasticity – how the brain changes with learning, experience and damage. She studies the biological mechanisms behind skill learning and long-term memory consolidation, to try and understand the human … Read more Rewiring the brain | Professor Heidi Johansen-Berg FMedSci

Insights from 40 years in pharmaceutical medicine | Dr Felicity Gabbay FMedSci

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Insights from 40 years in pharmaceutical medicine | Dr Felicity Gabbay FMedSci” – below is their description. Pharmaceutical medicine is one of the fastest-growing medical specialities in the UK, with ten times more doctors working in this speciality than fifty years ago. In this short talk, Dr Felicity (Flic) … Read more Insights from 40 years in pharmaceutical medicine | Dr Felicity Gabbay FMedSci

HIV, Ebola, COVID-19 & more – fighting viruses in Uganda | Professor Pontiano Kaleebu FMedSci

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “HIV, Ebola, COVID-19 & more – fighting viruses in Uganda | Professor Pontiano Kaleebu FMedSci” – below is their description. One of East Africa’s leading virologists talks through new scientific approaches to understanding and tackling viral epidemics in Uganda and beyond. For more than 30 years Uganda has been … Read more HIV, Ebola, COVID-19 & more – fighting viruses in Uganda | Professor Pontiano Kaleebu FMedSci

Impacts of our GCRF policy workshops – partnering for medical science policy

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Impacts of our GCRF policy workshops – partnering for medical science policy” – below is their description. Hear from partners and participants about the impacts of our medical science policy workshops with national academies in low and middle income countries. Our Global Challenges Research Fund policy workshops bring together … Read more Impacts of our GCRF policy workshops – partnering for medical science policy

PhD strategies during COVID-19 | Jessica Dobson

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “PhD strategies during COVID-19 | Jessica Dobson” – below is their description. “You’ve got to be open to talking to people.” Jessica Dobson is a final year PhD student at the University of York. Here, she shares her strategies for resilience and managing her research during the COVID-19 pandemic. … Read more PhD strategies during COVID-19 | Jessica Dobson

Coping with COVID-19 PhD stress | Emma Taylor

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Coping with COVID-19 PhD stress | Emma Taylor” – below is their description. “I remember the day I felt safe enough to share how I was feeling with my supervisor, and I told him ‘I feel overwhelmed’. And the response he gave couldn’t have been better. He said: ‘So … Read more Coping with COVID-19 PhD stress | Emma Taylor

How I pivoted my research during COVID | Dr Shoba Amarnath

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “How I pivoted my research during COVID | Dr Shoba Amarnath” – below is their description. Dr Shoba Amarnath explains how she found ways around COVID roadblocks through collaborations with clinical partners and people in other universities, and how she made the most of the translational nature of her … Read more How I pivoted my research during COVID | Dr Shoba Amarnath

Time management during COVID | Conor Scott

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Time management during COVID | Conor Scott” – below is their description. “I’ve actually spent more time of my PhD in the pandemic than out of it.” Conor is a second year PhD student at the University of York. In this video he shares his tips on how he … Read more Time management during COVID | Conor Scott

AI, eye health & Google DeepMind | Dr Pearse Kane

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “AI, eye health & Google DeepMind | Dr Pearse Kane” – below is their description. Dr Kane outlines his work using artificial intelligence to improve detection and treatment of eye disease through bringing together Moorfields Eye Hospital and Google DeepMind. Dr Kane’s work using AI algorithms for the earlier … Read more AI, eye health & Google DeepMind | Dr Pearse Kane

Babylon Health – apps, patients and sustainable healthcare | Dr Keith Grimes

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Babylon Health – apps, patients and sustainable healthcare | Dr Keith Grimes” – below is their description. Dr Keith Grimes from Babylon Health outlines the power of technology to deliver quality improvement in healthcare in the UK and around the world. Drawing on his experiences both in primary care … Read more Babylon Health – apps, patients and sustainable healthcare | Dr Keith Grimes

Digital tech for wellbeing in homes | Dr Karyn Morrissey

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Digital tech for wellbeing in homes | Dr Karyn Morrissey” – below is their description. Dr Morrissey explains her work on Smartline, a £3 million research project on how digital technology can improve health and wellbeing in low-income settings across Devon and Cornwall. Dr Karyn Morrissey is Senior Lecturer … Read more Digital tech for wellbeing in homes | Dr Karyn Morrissey

Technology for sustainable health & social care | Professor John Rogers

acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Technology for sustainable health & social care | Professor John Rogers” – below is their description. How can technology support stretched healthcare professionals? Professor John Rogers explains how his work can help free up time for doctors and nurses through making routine tasks like monitoring more accurate and more … Read more Technology for sustainable health & social care | Professor John Rogers

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