Dr Robert Hobbs was invited to present at the Academic Grand Round held at Ysbty Gwynedd on 10th November. The event saw Rob present to around 75 clinicians, surgeons and various R&D members of staff from Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board. Rob’s presentation followed by Dr Chris Subbe; who presented an interesting case study relating to microbiology and the importance of rapid diagnostics. It is hoped that this presentation will lead to further collaboration with BCUHB building on the new CLINICAL board formed last month.
Directors: Dr Lynne Grundy, Prof Stephen Hughes, Prof Iqbal Shergill
Acute Medicine, Cardiology, ENT, Gynae & Obstetrics, Oncology, Pathology, Radiology, Surgery, Urology, etc.
Clinical Outcome Measures (e.g. sepsis, infection, bleeding, pain, cancer recurrence and progression), Biomarkers (e.g. IL-6, NGAL, Cortisol, VEGF), Drug-delivery, Biosensors, Intervention, Patient Monitoring
(e.g. IT Apps), Primary Care & Rehabilitation
Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital
Ysbyty Glan Clwyd Hospital
Ysbyty Wrexham Maelor Hospital
The biosensors workshop speakers helping to form a new network
Congratulations to Alison her PLOS one paper has now been accepted
Dr Hobbs presented at the Welsh Medicines Research Symposium 2017
Dr Robert Hobbs presented a poster at the Welsh Medicines Research Symposium 2017 held, at the Faenol Fawr Hotel in Bodelwyddan on 18th July. Rob was engaging with the fellow delegates to help promote the CALIN network alongside the work and expertise we have at Bangor University in biosensors research. It was a fantastic opportunity to initiate contact with healthcare professionals and clinicians alike, who might otherwise be unaware of the fantastic life sciences research developing at Bangor under the CALIN umbrella and how we could collaborate to drive this forward.
The biosensors workshop is taking shape
Congratulations to Ceyla Yorucu who will be joining us under the CALIN project
We are please to say that we have obtained funding for a joint biosensors workshop from CALIN and the Life sciences NRN details will follow..
Congratulations to Emma who has been appointed under a CRW funded project
Congratulations to Jordan Rickett who will be joining us funded by a KESS II studentship
Three members of the team took part in the Hidden Worlds Exhibition at Bangor University which is part of the Bangor Science festival on Saturday 11th of March, with the aim of involving the general public in science. During the day Dr. Robert Hobbs presented his findings on iron nano particles which included an interactive magnetic slime activity. Alice and Rachel aided in the “flash bang!” show (performed by Dr. L. Murphy) as well as overseeing activities of bath bomb making and serving liquid nitrogen ice cream to the public.
We are pleased to say that we have a new summer placement post available please check out our Jobs and opportunities page
We are pleased to say that we have obtained funding for a PhD studentship to apply please click on the KESS logo below by the 24th of March
Congratulations to Victor he will be joining us under a life science NRN project
We have another postdoc post available please see our jobs and opportunities page
Congratulations to Rob on his new appointment to the CALIN project
We are pleased to say that we have obtained funding from Cancer Research Wales
We are pleased to announce that we are now recruiting please check out our Jobs and opportunities page
Research and Development Innovation Officer – two posts
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We have also secured funding for two Ph.D. Studentship
Studentship – The development of a cortisol sensor
Studentship – The development of a sepsis sensor
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