We will be communicating about the research we’re doing in several formats, including symposia, seminars and public engagement.
Accelerator Award Symposium
The Accelerator Award will host an annual Symposium to showcase our research and provide networking opportunities that foster interdisciplinary research. The symposium will include Invited Lectures, funded by the Award.
The 2021 Symposium was held on 13 October with guest speakers, Dr Michelle Williams, BHF Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh and Professor David Newby, BHF Duke of Edinburgh Chair of Cardiology, University of Edinburgh.
Registration now open, this will be held as a virtual event on Wednesday 12 October 11.00am - 4.00pm
Professor Gudrun Kunst, Consultant Anaesthetist and Honorary Professor of Cardiovascular Anaesthesia, Kings College London
Dr Davor Pavlovic, Associate Professor in Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Birmingham
Professor Sunil Bhandari, Consultant Nephrologist and Honorary Professor, Hull York Medical School (HYMS) and Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
Accelerator Cohort Seminars
The Accelerator Cohort, in collaboration with the Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies organise monthly seminars to showcase ongoing research projects and to promote interdisciplinary collaborations. These will be integrated where possible with other Early Career Fellowship initiatives including the Wellcome ISSF and the MRC IMPACT fund.
The Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies
The Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies (LIAS) works across all the research institutes to enable cross-cutting research by pump priming interdisciplinary projects and teams, bringing outstanding academics to Leicester for research collaborations through visiting fellowships, providing workspaces for training and workshops, and the development of networks and strategic partnerships with Industry.
Participation in public engagement activities is encouraged for all recipients of Accelerator Award support and can be facilitated through the Accelerators PPI Group. For further information please contact Mrs Sue Page on firstname.lastname@example.org.