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British Heart Foundation funding boost to heart disease research at Kingston University

British Heart Foundation funding boost to heart disease research at Kingston University

British Heart Foundation funded project to use models of heart failure to discover how a particular naturally occurring protein can regulate apoptotic heart muscle cell death and heart failure.

From the web: Abuse revealed in 'torture report' reflects broader trends from the Iraq war

From the web: Abuse revealed in 'torture report' reflects broader trends from the Iraq war

Peter Finn, lecturer in politics, analyses the US senate's torture report, and finds evidence of horrifying abuse and torture across large parts of the national security apparatus of the US.

From the web: Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy?

From the web: Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy?

Professor Will Brooker, author of Alice's Adventures: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture, notes how the story's enduring appeal lies in its ability to mirror the changing concerns of new generations.

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A phenomenological case study of the experience of deep brain stimulation surgery

A phenomenological case study of the experience of deep brain stimulation surgery
Wednesday 1 April 2015

A Department of Psychology seminar with Virginia Eatough from Birkbeck University of London.

Patient and public involvement in research: theory and practice

Patient and public involvement in research: theory and practice
Friday 12 June 2015

This course is designed primarily for researchers who either have an upcoming research project which requires PPI and/or researchers who have some experience of PPI in research but simply want to do it better.

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