CMAR PhD student Jonathan Lewis has been shortlisted for the 2020 Max Perutz Science Writing Award, the MRC’s annual writing competition. Jonathan who is currently in his third year, wrote a piece titled ' To Infinity and Beyond: Finding Treatments for Space Travel Bone Loss '.
We are delighted to be able to announce that Professor Chris Buckley has been awarded the 2020 Carol Nachman prize in Rheumatology jointly with his colleague Dirk Elewaut in Belgium.
Nima Gharahdaghi and Natalie Shur won prestigious Young Investigator Prizes for their oral presentations at the annual meeting of the European College of Sports Sciences (ECSS) in Prague last weekend.…
CMAR-funded PhD student Dan McCormick received a poster prize at this week’s annual meeting of the Physiological Society
Centre Co-Director Professor Paul Greenhaff will be awarded an honorary doctorate in Medicine by the University of Copenhagen next month at a ceremony attended by the Queen of Denmark.
We are delighted to announce that Centre Principal Investigator Dr Beth Phillips, Assistant Professor in Clinical, Metabolic & Molecular Physiology in the Division of Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine has been chosen as the recipient of The Physiological Society’s inaugural 2018 R Jean Banister Prize Lecture.
CMAR funded clinical PhD student, Dr Daisy Wilson, won the scientific prize at the British Geriatrics Society (BGS).
Nima Gharahdaghi an international PhD student funded by the Vice Chancellor’s scholarship, at the University of Nottingham won 1st poster prize at the 10th Annual Congress of the Sarcopenia, Cachexia and Wasting Disorders Society held in Rome held on 8-10 December 2017.
CMAR member Dr Thomas Andrew Jackson, Clinician Scientist and Visiting Consultant in Geriatric Medicine in the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing, has been awarded the British Geriatrics Society (BGS) Rising Star Award for Research 2018. The competition was of a very high calibre however the votes for Dr Jackson were unanimous.
The 1st of October 2017 saw the start of Phase 2 of the Centre for Musculoskeletal Ageing Research, which is funded jointly by the Medical Research Council and Arthritis Research UK. The funding provides £2.3 million over the next five years.