Jacob Mear, a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science graduate from the University of Chester, has recently stared his PhD working in affiliation with NW2URC. Jacob's research will primarily focus on kidney stone patients.
Alyson Moyes will be finishing with the NW2URC on Friday, 30th September 2016. Alyson, a final year PhD student investigating into kidney stone disease, has secured a lectureship position at the School of Medical Sciences, Bangor University.
Congratulations to Rebecca Lamb and Alyson Moyes (NW2URC, PhD students) for capturing IBMS research grants. Both Rebecca and Alyson recently submitted an application for funding and were successful with their applications. Details of the submissions, include:
14th July 2016, Mr Vaughan Gething AM (Health Minister for Wales) visited the NW2URC. A presentation by Dr Hughes provided an overview of the clinical research being undertaken at the research centre, which primarily involves investigating the association between bloo...