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Academic Interview: Dr Hersh

Academic Interview: Dr Hersh

Posted on 9 October 2016 by Hirst

"There should be more support for disabled academics." Dr. Hersh has a fascinating interdisciplinary background which includes Mathematics and Control Engineering which she applies to her current research interests of […]

Research Impact ripples

Research Impact ripples

Posted on 8 October 2016 by Hirst

Through my involvement with CURED and the numerous fascinating discussions that have taken place with academics, consumers of research and practitioners, slowly connections start being made and new ways of […]

Academic interview: Prof Fevre

Academic interview: Prof Fevre

Posted on 8 October 2016 by Hirst

Prof Ralph Fevre Ralph Fevre took a somewhat accidental journey into disability and employment research. When undertaking a significant research project into ill treatment in the workplace, it had been […]

Research Impact

Research Impact

Posted on 8 October 2016 by Hirst

The importance of research impact It quickly becomes apparent when talking to the academics involved in this project that the impact of research is of crucial importance. For the work […]