We are delighted to announce the dates for Health Data Research UK’s Summer School, supported by the University of Nottingham between Tuesday 1 and Friday 4 September 2020. This is the second annual summer school hosted by HDR UK for the community to come together to learn about new areas of research in health data science, gain practical health data science skills, or get involved in ‘birds of a feather’ discussion sessions led by participants.
Please note that due to the COVID-19 situation this event will now be held virtually.
The summer school is aimed at HDR UK UKRI and Rutherford and Fellows and NIHR/HDR UK Incubator in Health Data Science Fellows, as well other early-career researchers and technology specialists in health data science or PhD students with projects focused on health data science.
Due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the Summer School will be held virtually. We are designing the programme to suit the virtual format.
Confirmed speakers currently include:
- Professor Cathie Sudlow, Director, BHF Data Science Centre (Director of the British Heart Foundation Centre)
- Gerry Riley, Chief Technology Officer, Health Data Research UK
- Seamus Harrison, Senior Clinical Fellow, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge
Watch this space to see the programme develop – a draft agenda will be available to view soon.
Dr Rhos Walker, Chief Scientific Officer, HDR UK
Professor Georgina Moulton, HDR UK
Dr Philip Quinlan, Head of Digital Research Service, University of Nottingham
Dr Joram Posma, HDR UK Fellow, Imperial College, London
Dr Rona Strawbridge, HDR UK Fellow, Glasgow University
Dr Tim Beck, HDR UK Fellow, Leicester University
Professor Colin McCowan, University of St. Andrews
Donna Cullen, Finance Programme Manager, HDR UK
Francesca Lord, Events and Communication Manager, HDR UK
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries about the Summer School.