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LARMOR LECTURE From superconductors to giant planets: a computational window on materials

The Larmor Lecture by Professor Chris Pickard, Sir Alan Cottrell Professor of Materials Science, Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy, University of Cambridge.

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Help shape health data research in Cambridge

Tue 29 August


Medical records contain a wealth of health data including tests, diagnoses, treatments and outcomes. These data can be used in cutting edge health data research including modelling more efficient planning of services, identifying new treatments that work for specific patient groups or training AI models to help clinicians diagnosis illness faster. These innovations can ultimately help to improve services and transform the care that patients receive.

It is vital that researchers work with patients and the public to ensure that health data are used in ways that protect privacy and that patients are comfortable with.
CUH have established the Electronic Patient Record Research and innovation (ERIN) database and will be setting up a patient panel to review applications from researchers for data; information on how you can get involved in and start shaping health data research will be provided at the workshop.

Our speakers Dr Ari Ercole, Dr Raj Jena, Adam Loveday and public contributor Andy Bush will share their unique perspectives, knowledge and experience of health data research before joining a panel discussion and Q&A session. Audience members are encouraged to submit their questions about health data research to the panel in advance as well as asking live questions on the day.

Cost: free

Enquiries and booking

Please note that booking is required for this event.

Please book your place on Eventbrite

Enquiries: Georgina Norris Website Email: gan23@medschl.cam.ac.uk


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Tue 29 August 6:30PM - 8:00PM


this free event os for members of the public and will cover how you can help shape health data research in Cambridge.
Address: online
United Kingdom
Email: gan23@medschl.cam.ac.uk