Weekly Drop-in Sessions
Fellows from the network offer regular drop-in sessions, where researchers can:
- Discuss challenges with their research
- Bring ideas for potential seed corn projects
- Receive training on a particular topic
- Gain information, ideas and support regarding public engagement with their research
The sessions run during term time and rotate between department buildings across all University sites.
For more info, please email email@example.com.
Topics we can help with (but are not limited to) include:
- Programming – R, MATLAB, Python, Julia
- Machine Learning
- Numerical Optimisation
- Image Analysis
- Data Analysis
- Network Modelling
- Biophysical Modelling
- Innovation & Business
- Public Engagement
- Big Data
- Funding Opportunities
- Plus more...
Our forums are relaxed sessions in which researchers from a diverse range of biomedical and biological fields present their research in a three-slide format.
These talks are designed to promote discussion, foster interdisciplinary links and build collaborations. Talks are given by Centre fellows, members of the wider research group, and invited speakers.
Talks are open to all members of the University and RD&E - please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to present, or if you have suggestions for talks. Please contact us to be added to the mailing list!
Seminars are typically held every Thursday afternoon at 2:30pm in the Living Systems Institute Seminar Rooms (next to the hub).