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IMSR
Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research (IMSR) at the University of Birmingham / Insta: / Facebook: / YouTube:
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Gareth Lavery 9h
just demonstrated the power of intestinal as a tool to evaluate pathophysiology of metabolic disease. Some well centered work illuminating difficult to get at biology.
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Dame Hilda Lloyd Network 13h
🔬 is a Women’s Health research network based in the West Midlands. ⭐️ We aim to bring together researchers, clinicians & medical students to work towards improving women & children health through multi-disciplinary research embedded within excellent clinical care.
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Wiebke Arlt Birmingham, Yes, Birmingham 17h
„You may feel incredibly lonely, but you are not alone“ - Miscarriage is still taboo – which is why Meghan's words are so powerful @ResearchSavesLives
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IMSR 11h
Starting now - last chance to sign up to join us live!
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IMSR ONLINE SEMINAR: We're looking forward to 's talk today at 13:00 GMT on pathological changes in the in response to and how this could be leveraged to treat and ! Register:
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Ioannis Gallos Nov 10
The evidence is very clear - now IV oxytocin is more effective than IM for PPH prevention.
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William Parry-Smith Nov 24
. The available evidence suggests that oxytocin used as first‐line treatment of PPH probably is more effective than misoprostol with less side‐effects. thanks team
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Meurig Gallagher Nov 16
Exciting new paper by and colleagues - Dynamic Hormone Control of Stress and Fertility
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Punith Kempegowda Nov 26
Please share widely this exciting opportunity to become a Fellow & reduce health disparity in ethnic minorities. Benefits include , , & with distinguished leaders. Visit for details. Deadline: 6 Dec 2020
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E-MOTIVE Trial Nov 26
What a way to start the morning! Our first SIV training in Kenya with Nyeri, Busia, Kakamega, Vihiga & JM Kariuki Hospitals. 1 call, 35 participants and fantastic engagement - definitely worth the early start here in the UK! Welcome all 😁
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Alex Sinclair Nov 26
Lovely frosty morning for the school run ⁦
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Punith Kempegowda Nov 26
Just got this letter.. when the pro vice-chancellor of an establishment with >35000 students & >7000 staff recognises individual contribution & writes to personally thank you, it makes all hardwork worth it.😊 🙏
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Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine Nov 26
Work with us ! Apply your skills in mathematical modelling and machine learning to investigate the chronodiagnosis of endocrine disorders. Working with , , . Closes Dec 17th:
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Alex Sinclair Nov 26
11βHSD1 Inhibition with AZD4017 Improves Lipid Profiles and Lean Muscle Mass in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension great team work from the
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IMSR Nov 26
IMSR ONLINE SEMINAR: We're looking forward to 's talk tomorrow at 13:00 GMT on pathological changes in the in response to and how this could be leveraged to treat and ! Register:
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IMSR Nov 25
IMSR ONLINE SEMINAR: We're looking forward to 's talk this Friday at 13:00 GMT on pathological changes in the in response to and how this could be leveraged to treat and ! Register:
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Eder Zavala Nov 24
Curious about circadian oscillations? Have ML skills? Want to learn more about hormones? Come and join us !
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Eder Zavala Nov 25
Great PhD opportunity at developing new approaches to understand epilepsy. An exciting project at the interface of maths, comp sci, physiology and medicine.
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Abd Tahrani Nov 24
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IMSR Nov 24
WELCOME: Caitlin Berry has joined us as a student! Her project is focused on at linking , + biology and to function. Her supervisors are and . We hope she enjoys her time here.
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