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Postgraduate Showcase 2018: Best Press Release

Allopurinol treatment for gout patients: No longer a double-edged sword! Do you know someone who has gout and takes allopurinol? You probably do! Billions of people worldwide have gout, a disease caused by the build-up of uric acid in the bloodstream. The most effective treatment given to patients is allopurinol. Little do people know that …

Postgraduate Showcase 2018

This post is written by Dr Jiin Woei Lee, Research Training Development Manager. Up until 2017, the Graduate School had been organising an annual event called the Research Showcase; a poster and presentation competition for postgraduate research students to communicate their research projects to a non-research lay audience. However, for 2018 we decided to be …

[Invitation] An Informal Talk: Applying for a Job After Your Postgraduate Degree in Engineering

Are you thinking about applying for a job after you graduate with your Engineering degree? Not sure if a particular path is right for you? Come for this informal talk scheduled for 30 May 2018 at 3pm – 5pm in H1B13. Dr Viknesh Andiappan has Malaysia and international experiences as a PhD student in Chemical …

Coffee & Cake Session 3/2018

The third Coffee and Cake session this year was held on 27 April 2018. It was a casual session for postgraduate students to temporarily get away from their work and catch-up with fellow postgraduate students whilst enjoying coffee and cakes. In this session, the SA Postgraduate Officer, Olaoluwa Duro-Bello (Ola), was invited to talk about …

Winners announced in Postgraduate Showcase 2018

We are pleased to announce the Overall Winner of the Postgraduate Showcase 2018 as Anusha Devi Nawoor from the School of Biomedical Sciences for her poster presentation ‘Allopurinol Use for Gout Treatment: A Double-edged Sword! No More!’. We are also pleased to announce the winner of Best Poster as Phon Mun Haeng from the Department …

Graduate School Bulletin, May 2018

Issue 03/2018 (08) This bulletin provides monthly updates on upcoming events and activities by the Graduate School. Researcher Development Programme Upcoming RDP courses are listed below: Date Time Course 14 May 2018 10am – 12.30pm Word Essentials for Researchers (Beginners) 16 May 2018 2pm – 4.30pm Word Essentials for Researchers (Advanced) 18 May 2018 10an …

Teh Tarik Session Vol. 3

Our third series of Teh Tarik session was recently held on 25 April 2018. This session featured a talk by Dr Jim Chai on Photovoice – a qualitative method used for community-based participatory research to document and reflect reality. Dr Chai was the recipient of the Universitas 21 (U21) Early Career Researcher (ECR) Travel Grant 2017. The …

[Invitation] Postgraduate Showcase 2018

We are pleased to invite all staff and students to attend our Postgraduate Showcase scheduled for 3 May 2018 (Thursday) at 10am – 12noon in H1B11. The showcase aims to promote public engagement, open discussion and exchange of views and opinions with a wider audience, who are not necessarily acquainted with the research topic or …

[Call for Abstracts] UNMC LINK’18 PG Conference

This is posted on behalf of the Postgraduate Students’ Network (PGSN) of UNMC. A Student-led Interdisciplinary Research Conference What is LINK? LINK is a research conference by postgraduate students, for postgraduate students. Its goal is to empower postgraduate students to share and celebrate their research in a positive, constructive and collaborative space, and to facilitate …

Invitation: Workshops

In conjunction with the Nottingham Research Leaders Programme (NRLP) delegation visit to UNMC, we are pleased to invite all postgraduate students and academic staff on campus to attend the workshops listed below. These workshops will be delivered by Mr Parmjit Dhugga (Head of Researcher Development, UK Graduate School) and Dr Jiin Woei Lee (Research Training …