The University’s Research and Innovation Team would like to open up this seminar to PGR students. All staff and students involved in research are welcome to attend.
Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018
Time: 10.00 am to 12.00 noon
Room: To be confirmed when your place is confirmed.
Ref: Ref: LDRES411/1
Working with human biological material is essential and important for many research projects. Navigating the Human Tissue Act 2004 and the internal expectations though can be confusing.
What is 'relevant' material?
What approvals do you need?
What constitutes storage?
What are you permitted to store on University of Hull premises?
If you would like to find out more about working with human biological material, come along and hear from our team in Hull that can support you in your research.
Dr Peter Bazira, Centre for Anatomical and Human Sciences,
Dr Lynn Cawkwell, Biomedical Sciences, and,
Dr Danielle Smith, Research and Innovation.
Online bookings will close on Sunday 18th March. You will be informed of the room later by email. Please make sure the email you provide is correct, otherwise you will clearly not receive notification of the room nor confirmation of your booking.
With kind regards
Public Engagement and PGR Experience Specialist
The Graduate School