All posts by Kathleen O'Reilly

Online survey and interviews launched!

On Monday 8th October the Alumni Office invited former students to take part in the online survey and interviews associated with this research. There’s a good chance that if you’re reading this then you have been contacted, which led you here… I hope that this blog provides further…

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Hacking medicine

At the International Society of Infectious Disease conference in Buenos Aires I attended an Infectious Disease Hackathon, developed by Hacking Medicine at MIT. It was really interesting.
The first thing I learnt was that a hackathon isn’t a codeathon – eg. Putting an app together is not necessarily a solution…

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Project details

Please see in the updated page…

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Hello world!

This is the start of a blog detailing activities for the Teaching Research Award: Supporting Distance Learning Students’ Needs when Learning Quantitative Skills; Application to Modelling the Dynamics of Infectious Diseases.

I’m very excited to be leading this Award and I hope that it will be a great opportunity…

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