iHuman brings together social sciences & humanities with psychological & biological sciences to understand what it means to be human like never before. We are a diverse research community, valuing different knowledges with a disruptive and critical intellectual agenda, embracing serendipity and supporting development with enabling internal processes to create a well-resourced and inviting space for flourishing.
Don’t leave us out: World Mental Health Day and people with learning disabilities
Sunderland People First, Sue Caton from Manchester Metropolitan University, Chris Hatton from Manchester Metropolitan University and Katherine Runswick-Cole from The University of Sheffield
What do race and ethics have to do with recruiting stem cell donors?
Dr. Ros Williams, Lecturer in Digital Media and Society, Department of Sociological Studies, explores how racially minoritised stem cell donors are recruited onto the bone marrow stem cell registry.
Rethinking the Rainbow Baby
Dr Kirsty Liddiard, Senior Research Fellow, The School of Education
*This post discusses baby and pregnancy loss*