The next meeting of the CMH Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Network will take place on Thursday 14th December, at 5.30pm in the Collier Room of Hild Bede College, Durham. Wine, soft drinks, and nibbles will be provided.
We welcome students and researchers working in Durham and other institutions in the North East to a networking event for postgraduate and early-career researchers interested in the medical humanities.
While primarily an informal chance to meet with peers and potential collaborators, the co-director of the CMH, Angela Woods, will be joining us to give a brief talk on the Centre’s recent £1m Wellcome Trust Award. Recognising the Centre’s prominence and leadership in medical humanities research, the award will enable the development of four new research strands, which focus on different aspects of human experience: ‘Embodied Symptoms’, ‘Thinking, Feeling, Imagining’, ‘Neurosocial Explorations’, and ‘Everyday Possibilities’. Come along if you are interested in hearing more about the Centre’s work and opportunities for involvement!
Attendance at this event is free – but please email Jane Abel to register your interest.
The CMH Postgraduate/ECR Research Network holds regular research seminars and other events throughout the year. If you would like to be kept informed of upcoming events please email Natalie Riley to join our mailing list.