Farr Newsletter 19th May 2017
Vacancies for Committee Members: Join the MHRA Independent Scientific Advisory Committee Data Science Industrial Doctorate Funding Call 2017 Article: Using It or Losing It? The Case for Data Scientists Inside Health Care Career Opportunities PhD Studentship - Using "Big Data" to Create a UK Learning Health System for Astma PhD Studentship - Deep Learning Discovery...
Farr Newsletter 12th May 2017
Support of SPIRE: How SPIRE Will Improve Health Through Data Congratulations to our Deputy Director - Jill Pell Funding Call: Insight 2017 - The Health Foundation Data Science Industrial Doctorate Funding Call 2017 Article: Whose Data Are They Anyway? Can a Patient Perspective Advance the Data-Sharing Debate?
Farr Newsletter 5th May 2017
Informatics for Health 2017: International Delegates Meet Be Part of the Cancer Innovation Challenge! New Website for Asthma UK Centre for Applied Asthma Research Calling all MRC-funded PhD Students! MRC Launches New Mental Health Strategy Blog Article: What Happens When We Don't Have Good Data? New Papers Medication Without Harm: WHO's Third Global Patient Safety ChallengeEducational and...
University secures clutch of Athena SWAN Bronze Awards
The University of Aberdeen has retained its Athena SWAN Bronze Award for its commitment to gender equality.
Heart failure more fatal than most common cancers
Heart failure carries with it a higher risk of death than most common types of cancer according to new research from the University of Aberdeen in collaboration with the Universities of Keele, Manchester and East Anglia.
Farr Newsletter 28th April 2017
Farr Institute Student Wins Award Call Open - PhD Studentships 2017 IJPDS (International Journal of Population Data Science) - The Science of Data About People Pump-Priming Awards in Global Nutrition Research and Global Mental Health Research
More than a quarter of Scottish emergency cancer patients haven't visited GP
More than a quarter (28%) of cancer patients diagnosed as an emergency in Northern Scotland hadn't discussed any relevant symptoms with their GP beforehand, according to a study from the University of Aberdeen, published in the British Journal of Cancer today, Tuesday.
Children could get psychiatric help sooner with new online interviews
Young people with conditions such as depression, autism or ADHD and their parents and teachers could be assessed online to get them the help they need as soon as possible.
Nature AND nurture dictate the social structure
Climbing the economic ladder depends on personality traits as well as financial and social background according to research from the University of Aberdeen.
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