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  • Clinical psychology unit BAME open day

    The Clinical Psychology Unit at the University of Sheffield in collaboration with University of Leeds and University Hull are facilitating an open day with the aim of encouraging applicants from a Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic group to consider and apply for a place in on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Training programme.

  • ESRC funding success for Fuschia Sirois and Tom Webb

    Congratulations to Fuschia Sirois and Tom Webb, who have been awarded £415,042 by the ESRC! Fuschia and Tom will be investigating how to help people to achieve their goals by overcoming the barriers to being self-compassionate

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    Undergraduate students present research at summer conference

    Last month saw the return of our annual Psychology summer conference, an opportunity for our level 3 students to share exciting research findings from their third year extended projects

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    Last month saw students from across Biology, Chemistry and Psychology come together to present their pioneering science enterprise ideas as part of second year module, “Molecules to Market”. 

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    Students from across biology, chemistry, physics, maths and psychology at the University of Sheffield shared the latest research with visitors to the annual Science Graduate School Showcase.

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    The University of Sheffield opened up its laboratories and lecture theatres to the public last week for the annual Discovery Night as part of British Science Week.

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  • Alcohol Change UK funding success for Matt Field

    Congratulations to Matt Field, who is part of a team which has been awarded £19,985 by Alcohol Change UK! Matt and the team will be investigating Digital interventions to reduce alcohol-related harm.

  • Chidren’s Hospital Charity funding success for Megan Freeth, Chloe Lane, and Liz Milne

    Congratulations to Megan Freeth, Chloe Lane, and Liz Milne, who are part of a team which has been awarded £25,000 by The Chidren’s Hospital Charity! Megan, Chloe, Liz, and the team will be investigating Sensory profiles in genetic syndromes associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    Dr Chloe Lane awarded 2019 Neil O'Connor Award by British Psychological Society

    We are delighted to announce that Dr Chloe Lane has been awarded the Neil O'Connor award. The Neil O'Connor award is in an early career award that is awarded annually by the BPS in recognition of excellent contribution to developmental disorders. Congratulations to Chloe, and all involved!

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  • EPSRC ECR Capital Enhancement Programme funding success for Hannes Saal and Stuart Wilson

    Congratulations to Hannes Saal and Stuart Wilson, who are part of a team which has been awarded £107,133 by the EPSRC ECR Capital Enhancement Programme 2018! The equipment funded by this grant will form the basis of a cyber-physical manufacturing platform for research and development into industry 4.0 processes and beyond.

  • Research England GCRF funding success for Andrew Thompson and Paul Norman

    Congratulations to Andrew Thompson and Paul Norman, who are part of a team which has been awarded £39,580 from Research England GCRF. Andrew and Paul will be investigating the delivery of sustainable low intensity mental health interventions, training, and mental health promotion in Northern Uganda

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    Researchers from across the University of Sheffield are set to combine their expertise in order to help tackle the billions of tons of plastic waste around the world as part of a pioneering new project. 

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    Welsh Assembly Government funding success for Fuschia Sirois

     Congratulations to Fuschia Sirois, who is part of a team who have been awarded £26,027 from the Welsh Assembly Government. Fuschia and the team will be investigating the impact of loneliness and isolation on use of public services.

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    Paul Norman NIHR funding success

     Congratulations to Paul Norman who is part of a team that have been awarded £238,991 from the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit programme. Paul and the team will be investigating how to enhance the efficacy of non-invasive ventilation in motor neuron disease, with focus on synthesising the evidence and translating it into clinical practice.

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    Understanding autism spectrum conditions in adulthood

    Autism is typically thought of as a childhood condition. In reality, it is a lifelong developmental condition, but there is limited understanding of autism in adulthood. To help redress the balance, in 2016 Professor Elizabeth Milne was awarded a Mid-Career British Academy Fellowship, focussing on Autism Spectrum Conditions in adulthood.

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