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Angela Taylor Dec 11
Last dance rehearsal tonight! The Steroid Dancers are looking fabulous and all ready to go!!! See everyone tomorrow at the lecture.
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katie morris Dec 11
Shakily Thangaratinam talking about how we might improve outcomes for our mum’s and babies and the importance of research for all, all for research Bump saving babies lives day
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Birmingham Health Partners Dec 11
Are you experiencing a clinical challenge that you think you could solve, if only you had the⏲️&💷? Our colleagues at can provide funds of up to £30k to help you on your way - come along to the launch event on 4 Feb to find out how to apply >
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davide calebiro Dec 6
On my way to to talk at the Workshop on Stochastic and AI Modeling of Complex Systems. Looking forward to meeting our old friends and collaborators!
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Wiebke Arlt Dec 9
The Summer School is open for applications from undergraduate biomedical students interested to gather research experience in and
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Angela Taylor Dec 9
Going to be great! And don’t forget our associated PE activity using dance to explain computer algorithms
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Martin Hewison Dec 9
Who better to make the first move in the migration of IMSR to IBR level 3 than Dr Konstantinos Manolopoulos ⁦
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Jonathan Hazlehurst Dec 10
Big day ahead at West Bromwich Albion doing ACF interviews.
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College of MDS Dec 10
Proud to be featured in 's Christmas countdown. This research was led by Dr Magda Aguiar and Professor Emma Few () from and also by researchers from .
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Niki Karavitaki Dec 10
Very educational meeting - a great success! Many congratulations to the LOC for their hard work in Athens! Always a joy to interact with eminent colleagues and to see our Birmingham Pituitary team in action!
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Niki Karavitaki Dec 10
For those interested on the topic, our manuscript is now available in print! doi: 10.1210/jc.2019-01299
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Wiebke Arlt Nov 22
Great collaborative research between and on adrenal incidentaloma and metabolic complications
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Tori Sprung Nov 23
Reduced physical activity in younger & older adults: metabolic & musculoskeletal implications New publication from our group;
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L Y N N E B E C Nov 25
What a fantastic team from ! We spent the whole of last week teaching and rehearsing some choreography and had SO much fun! Want to see what we’ve been up to? Book your tickets here
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John Terry Nov 24
I think Ric Flair was the original nature boy, but it seems like we have our own in Great work . Could almost be the British Bulldog. Right end of 1990s wrestling references I think...
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Wiebke Arlt Nov 28
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Gareth Lavery Nov 29
Rachel's last day for the second time. Moving on and up. Cant thank her enough for all the great times, both scientific and social. will miss you and wish you great success. are lucky to have you.
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Abd Tahrani Dec 1
Truly fantastic symposium at the , full house to the end and fantastic talks from all speakers. The symposium speakers with .
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Birmingham Health Partners Dec 2
November in brief (!): 🧬 Cell therapy success 🚸 New youth mental health partnership 🌳 💷 Medtech worth £1.6bn to Midlands 🩺 New investment in diagnostics 🌡️ Advances in study of inflammation Check out our round-up blog for more! >
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Niki Karavitaki Dec 2
Our review “Hyperprolactinaemia” just accepted in Journal of Clinical Medicine. Comprehensive overview for the Clinical Endocrinologist (and not only) and informative update on the role of prolactin in human pathology. Very well done Irene 🇮🇹 & 🇨🇦!👏
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