Pint of Science 2019 presentation by our talented NC3R postdoctoral trainee fellow Dr Scott Davies. Click on the link to read all about Scott’s pub presentation on making the most of human liver tissue with live multiphoton microscopy.
This course showcases the Ins and Outs of liver transplants, here at the University of Birmingham and the QE Hospital.
Liver MOOC Our free online course in liver biology in health and disease.
So far, over 20,000 learners have registered for this free course that shows our research, and discusses how to look after your liver.
Pint of Science Festival Together with Dr Charli Flavell, Zania co-coordinated the first Pint of Science festival in Birmingham in 2015, with 12 sold-out events.
Get in touch if you would like to get involved in Pint of Science 2016!
Our lab participates in this celebration of science by taking part in activities designed for school children. We participate with the Centre for Liver Research, or with the British Society for Immunology (BSI).
Our PhD students Ben Wiggins and Scott Davies, seen here inside the BSI nose.
The award-winning public engagement team at the Centre for Liver Research showcase at the annual “meet the scientist” event at the Birmingham Science museum.
We talk to visitors about our work and run experiments, and lots of activities for children and adults.
We participate in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Research Showcase day, which is open to anyone that would like to know more about the liver.
We meet with patients and explain how our research aims to develop new therapies for liver disease.
We are STEM ambassadors, working to promote Science and Technology for school children.