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  • Glenn Hearson

Respiratory Research Day: Universities of Nottingham, Leicester and @NottmBRCLung, @LeicesterBRC

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended the University of Nottingham & University of Leicester Joint Respiratory Research Day on 12th May.


The Joint Respiratory Research Day 2023 took place at the Jubilee Conference Centre on 12th May 2023. Delivered in partnership with the University of Leicester, the day brought together respiratory researchers from Nottingham and Leicester Respiratory NIHR Biomedical Research Centre's at all career stages including PhD students, post docs, clinical fellows and research nurses.




With a Key Note talk from Prof Ashley Woodcock, University of Manchester, the event showcased the work of Nottingham BRC and Leicester BRC researchers with a programme of fascinating oral presentations and an exhibition of over 30 posters.

Key Note talk from Prof Ashley Woodcock, University of Manchester
Key Note talk from Prof Ashley Woodcock, University of Manchester

Prizes were given for oral and poster presentations, and we were delighted to present the following:


Wendy Stannard Prize for Best Poster Presentation

1st Place: Richard Russell, University of Leicester - One year health-outcomes in adults hospitalised with COVID-19 who received systemic corticosteroid treatment: prospective cohort study


2nd Place: Lucy Gardiner, University of Leicester - An overview of systematic reviews of exercise-based Interventions for people with long-term conditions


Wendy Stannard Prize for Best Poster Presentation 1st Place: Richard Russell, University of Leicester
Wendy Stannard Prize for Best Poster Presentation 1st Place: Richard Russell, University of Leicester

Wendy Stannard Prize for Best Oral Presentation

1st place: Emily Cash, University of Nottingham - Caffeine has differential effects on expression of TGFβ isoforms and promotes epithelial wound healing through a TGFβ-dependent pathway.


2nd place: Gillian Doe, University of Leicester - Diagnostic delays for breathlessness: a qualitative study in primary care to understand current care and inform future pathways.


Wendy Stannard Prize for Best Oral Presentation 1st place: Emily Cash, University of Nottingham
Wendy Stannard Prize for Best Oral Presentation 1st place: Emily Cash, University of Nottingham

The event will return in 2024, and will be hosted by the University of Leicester.






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