Research Conversations are a series of talks with researchers across Durham University focusing on a specific topic, looking at topics from different perspectives to identify and ask big questions, explain unexplained phenomena and work together to solve problems that haven’t been solved before.
Research Conversations aim to bring together researchers interested in addressing the beginning, middle and end of problems and working in collaboration on interdisciplinary grant applications. Identifying researchers that are interested in solving a specific problem in interdisciplinary teamwork can be a challenging process. Research Conversations aim to provide a forum where researchers across Durham University can meet to approach research questions from different disciplines and to identify collaboration partners.
The Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing (WRIHW) provides the necessary infrastructure by organising Research Conversations on specific topics. Researchers across the university are invited to participate in these interactive talks.
If you want to get involved, or have an idea for a research conversation please register your interest here.
DCI - MRI Scanner Research Conversation
11th May 2022 12-1 (Zoom)
Durham Centre for Imaging (DCI) in the development of a business case to equip Durham University with a new MRI scanner situated on the Durham University footprint.
To gauge interest across the University, we would very much appreciate if you could fill out the webform. Alternatively, you may wish to forward this email to any interested academics. The deadline for responses is April 29th.
We will be hosting a research conversation on May 11th at 12 noon that will provide more details about the capabilities of the new scanner and provide a forum for colleagues to discuss possible plans. Sign up for this online session is here. We would be grateful if you could also disseminate this event announcement to any interested colleagues.