The MAHSE Research Day is due to take place on Monday 9 June 2014 from 9.30am until 4.30pm in The Studio, 51 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FN. Places are now limited so to ensure that you do not miss out on the opportunity to attend the event please complete the online form by 4pm on Monday 12 May.
Who is the event for?
- All trainees studying an MSc Clinical Science programme in Manchester as part of the Scientist Training Programme (STP).
- Supervisors of STP trainees who are studying in Manchester.
- Academics from the MSc Clinical Science programmes delivered in Manchester.
- Representatives from organisations with an interest in healthcare science education.
What is the event about?
Find out more about the types of research projects that our final-year trainees have been undertaking and what experiences they have encountered while carrying out their research. We have already confirmed a number of talks and posters from final-year trainees, including:
- Feel the fear and do your research project anyway! Personal reflections on a project to develop an LC-MS/MS method (Charlotte Hill).
- Ethics, clinics and finally some lab work: a reflection of my research project investigating the use of placental biomarkers (Daniella Nice).
We are also delighted to announce the following keynote speakers:
- Professor Sue Hill OBE, the pioneer of Modernising Scientific Careers, will be delivering a talk on her vision for healthcare scientist education.
- Jennifer Gilroy Cheetham, North West Improvement Science Fellow, will be attending the event to talk about her highly acclaimed innovation project in primary care in order to inspire and encourage trainees to take their research further and to realise the potential it can have on service users.