February 2020 CDT TERM Newsletter
The latest edition of the CDT TERM Newsletter Read all about the programme highlights, student progress and upcoming events CDT TERM Newsletter Feb 2020
Research Impact - Blog Launch
To demonstrate the impact of the EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine and also aligned PhD students at the University of Leeds we have launched a new blog which will showcase the research and development taking place to deliver regenerative therapies and devices which can repair or replace tissues and restore normal tissue function.
Leeds in top 40 most international universities
Leeds has been recognised as one of the world's most international universities. The Times Higher Education ranking shows that Leeds has risen for a second consecutive year, and is now in the top 40 in the world. Professor Hai-Sui Yu, the University of Leeds’ Deputy Vice-Chancellor: International, said: “Leeds attracts the brightest international students and scholars, harnessing great minds...
Tweet Your Thesis Conference - 2021
EPSRC CDT TERM at Leeds will be hosting a Thesis Twitter Conference on Wednesday 17th March 2021, 9am to 5pm. You can catch the action at CDTTERM-iMBE (@CDTTERMiMBE) / Twitter. The Thesis Twitter Conference provides a platform for you to engage an audience outside of your research field. It also allows you the opportunity to hone your skills in communicating your research concisely and clearly. Hopefully you will receive feedback and make new connections that you will maintain throughout your research career.
CDT Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine - 2020 Careers Event
CDT Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine - Careers Event Why attend? Develop your network, learn more about careers in different...
Cross CDT Poster Event 2020
12.30-13.30: CDT Year 2 students to display research posters 13.30-15.15: Poster Presentations, Judging & Light Refreshments 15.15-15.30: Presentation of Prizes
Finally, I can see a light at the end of the tunnel. The first three years of the PhD were very intense. As I predicted...
Adjusting after lockdown - Piers Wilkinson
As it probably goes without saying, the past several months has been a difficult period. Due to the pandemic the lab where I was based...
My PhD during lockdown - Valeria Filippou
As everyone, during the last few months I have had my ups and downs. I never imagined that the COVID situation could happen, however I...