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Welcome to Dr Georgia Punton

Welcome to Dr Georgia Punton, who joins us as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Institute for Medical Humanities
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Welcome to Becca Doggwiler

The Institute for Medical Humanities welcomes Becca Doggwiler, who joins us as Assistant Manager
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Welcome to Alona Snisarenko

Welcome to Alona Snisarenko, who joins us as an administrator in the Discovery Research Platform’s Operations Team
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Welcome to Yundi Guo

A warm welcome to Yundi Guo who joins the Institute for Medical Humanities as General Administrator
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Durham University Global Research Brochure

Our interdisciplinary health research features in Durham’s Global Research Brochure
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Welcome to Veenu Gupta

A warm welcome to Veenu Gupta who joins the Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities as an Assistant Professor in Lived Experience.
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Free Thinking: What is normal?

IMH researchers Louise Creechan and Robert Chapman discuss neurodiversity, disability and madness in an episode of BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking.
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Narrative & Cognition Lab Events Programme, Jan–June 2024

Announcing the events line-up for the Narrative and Cognition Lab.
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Welcome to David L. Martin

We are delighted to welcome David L. Martin to our Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities.
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Narrative Practices Across Durham

Reflections on a Durham-wide workshop for narrative in health.
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Welcome to Emily Tupper

A warm welcome to Emily Tupper, who joins the Moving Bodies Lab on the Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities.
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Discovery Research Platform Job Opportunities!

We are delighted to announce the following vacancies within the Discovery Research Platform and Institute for Medical Humanities Operations Team.
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