- Senior Promotions 2013
- Athena Swan Silver Award
- MPhil/PhD Upgrade Prizes for 2012/13
- Top Administrator Award 2012-13
- NIHR clinical doctoral research fellowship
- £6 Million Award for Medical Imaging PhDs
- In2scienceUK and the Division of Medicine
- Major Grants from 1st August 2013
- Grand Challenge PD student wins Dean's Prize
- Nuffield Foundation Research Placement Programme
- Health Innovation Challenge Fund
- New Divisional Lead for Safety
- Women in Science Fellowship 2014
- ILTS Distinguished Service Award
- British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration List 2014
- New insights into how the kidney works
- CABI Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
- in2scienceUK Summer Internship
- UEG Rising Star Award 2014
- Professor Andrew Burroughs
- Rosetrees Trust Studentships - September 2014
- UCL Applied Renal Physiology 2014 - course
- Early Career Research Conference
- 2014 Medicine Code of Practice
- Rajiv Jalan
- UCL Stroke Case Collection (UStroc)
- CABI at Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2014
UCL Applied Renal Physiology 2014 - course
3 April 2014
This is a modular course and includes the following sections: a primer in renal physiology, a 2-day course on fluids, electrolytes and acid-base and, finally, a 1-day cutting-edge science symposium.
DAY ONE: Primer in renal physiology
This one-day module features a comprehensive overview of renal physiology for clinicians, particularly nephrologists. It will also provide a thorough introduction for researchers entering the renal field.
DAY TWO: Part 1: Fluids, electrolytes and acid-base
DAY THREE: Part 2: Fluids, electrolytes and acid-base
This two-day module provides a comprehensive overview of fluids, electrolytes and acid-base for clinicians and will cover background physiology and clinical scenarios. Each day will feature small group interactive workshops. These two days will particularly benefit those practising in nephrology, critical care or any acute medical specialities.
DAY FOUR: Frontiers in renal physiology
A highlight of this day will be the inaugural Oliver Wrong Lecture given by Professor Giuseppe Remuzzi.
Plus presentation of The Oliver Wrong Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Renal Physiology by a Junior Researcher.
Or contact the course administrator: Sophie Oliver-Styller tel: +44 (0)20 7794 0500 ext. 36596
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