Announcements

‘The Life of Breath’ and what it means to breath

The recently published ‘2014 Annual Review of the Wellcome Trust’ highlights the ‘The Life of Breath’, a recent Medical Humanities Joint Investigator Award. Joint Investigators Professor Jane McNaughton at Durham University and Professor Havi Carel at the University of Bristol were awarded funds made available by the Wellcome’s expanded remit within the health-related humanities and Read more…

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New Generations Programme

New Generations: Using our inheritance wisely

Following the latest New Generations workshop in Durham University’s Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) on September 25th 2014, New Generations Programme member Ben writes: New Generations: Using our inheritance wisely by Ben Kasstan   The CMH New Generations programme is a pioneering initiative to gather emerging thinkers who are linked with the medical humanities – a discipline Read more…

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Announcements

Dr Simon Chaplin is new Director of Culture & Society (under which sits Medical Humanities) at The Wellcome Trust

The Centre for Medical Humanities sends warm congratulations to Dr Simon Chaplin, who has been appointed as Director of Culture & Society. Dr Chaplin, who was previously the inspired Head of the Wellcome Library, succeeds Clare Matterson, who took on the new role of Director of Strategy earlier this month. Medical Humanities, Read more…

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Funding Opportunity

Pre-application Workshop (Wellcome Trust, Wolfson Research Institute of Health & Wellbeing, Friday 16 May)

Wellcome Trust Pre-Application workshop for prospective Medical Humanities and Society & Ethics applicants More details, click here. The workshop will take place on Friday 16 May from 10.30 to 16.30 at the Wolfson Research Institute of Health & Wellbeing, Stockton on Tees. The website will allow you to register your Read more…

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Announcements

First Hub Residency at Wellcome Collection to be led by CMH staff member Felicity Callard with CMH Affiliate Charles Fernyhough in Core Team

The Centre for Medical Humanities (CMH) is delighted to announce that first two-year £1m residency of The Hub at Wellcome Collection will be led by Dr Felicity Callard (Senior Lecturer in CMH and the Department of Geography), with Prof Charles Fernyhough (CMH Affiliate) as one of the core team (along Read more…

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