Earlier this week, Node funded MSc student Zeeshan Qureshi discussed his experiences from the 1st year of his MSc in Clinical and Health Sciences with Molecular Pathology.
”I am enjoying my e-learning experience and want to complete it with flying colours. I would advise my colleagues and juniors to enrol in such programs,
Earlier this week, Node funded MRes student Adam Bloomfield discussed his experience of a Masters in Cancer at Newcastle University.
”I have had an academic and clinical interest in oncology since starting medical school, though it is taught with some restriction in our curriculum. In the later years of medical school there is emphasis is on recognising patterns of symptoms and signs for recognition and management of malignancy.
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DIAGNOSTICS NORTH EAST CONFERENCE 2018: SUPPORTING EARLY STAGE DEVELOPMENT TO CLINICAL ADOPTION
14th – 15th March 2018 International Centre for Life, Newcastle upon Tyne
This two day conference will showcase the diagnostic resources and expertise available to support researchers, clinicians, and industry in developing and deploying new and innovative diagnostic technologies.
Please find below details of a Neuro Seminar taking place from 1-2pm on the 20th September at the Institute of Neuroscience.
The Newcastle Molecular Pathology Node is seeking to recruit a new Clinical Chair in Molecular Pathology.
Please see the flyer below for further details.
Applications are invited for the post of Clinical Fellow in Dermatology based in the Institute of Cellular Medicine within the Faculty of Medical Sciences, to undertake research in the area of inflammatory skin disease and stratified medicine.
Please go to the Newcastle University Vacancies website for more information.
The Journal of Academic and Clinical Immunology has published a Node paper on Proteomic analysis of filaggrin deficiency identifies molecular signatures characteristic of atopic eczema.
Please go to the link below for more information.
The EPSRC Impact Accelerator Account has several different project funding calls available for researchers.
Please find below details of the calls, frequently asked questions and the EPSRC application form.
For more information please contact Chris Angus,
Molecular Pathology: Future Horizons
Institute of Pathology
Heidelberg University, Germany
There is hardly another area of medicine that has witnessed such a dramatic development like Molecular Pathology. It is indispensable for modern medicine and represents the most innovative part of Pathology.