We have two studentships in Improvement Science starting in October 2013.Read more
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Our Institute is a partnership between staff and students working together to achieve the very best in education and research.
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Professor Mark Mon-Williams
Head of Institute
In this year's BPS Annual Conference poster competition, Zoe Marshall has won 2nd prize in the "General" category, with: "'Are We There Yet?' Exploring the Development of Temporal Memory of Children", and Kara Gray has won 2nd prize in the "Student" category, with: "An exploration of the relation between cognition, personality and health".Read more
We have a studentship entitled "Attentional variability and driving errors/tendency to fall in old age" starting in October 2013.Read more
Dr Gina Koutsopoulou and Dr Siobhan Hugh-Jones are part of a team investigating the ways in which mindfulness courses confer a range of wellbeing and cognitive benefits to university staff.Read more
Louise Dye (Psychological Sciences) & Janet Cade (Food Science & Nutrition) have been awarded funding from the World Universities Network for a collaboration with the University of Cape Town which will explore links between poverty, diet, mental health and dementia.Read more
On January 17, 2013 IPS organised this one-day workshop for police and researchers into memory and face recognition.Read more
May 22, 2013
Prof Chris Inglehearn, University of Leeds (LIMM). "Consanguinity and inherited blindness; genetics for the next generation."
June 25, 2013
A one-day course with embedded practice and follow up options.
July 10, 2013
This is a free, continuing professional development opportunity for professionals in Yorkshire who provide careers advice and guidance to young people. The day will include presentations from academic leads in admissions and clinical skills, and workshops with admission tutors. Lunch is provided. Booking is essential.
July 16 and 17, 2013
A two-day workshop to facilitate knowledge sharing within the research community on mindfulness based approaches with young people in schools, and to better understand the opportunities and challenges in researching and delivering mindfulness in schools from the perspective of non-academic stakeholders.