INSRIP is a new initiative which gives interested students an opportunity to do a research project with renowned academics at the University of Nottingham. Previously, students had the opportunity to present their research with posters and even publications.

 

Look below at some of the research projects offered this year! 

Our INSRIP leads are Emma Poynton-Smith, Rachel Mackay and Tam Calder. They can be contacted via this website, facebook or instagram.

Please contact your supervisor and remember that projects should not require physical attendance. All projects have been allocated but if you are still interested in getting involved in research, register via this form and we will update you on opportunities as they arise: https://forms.gle/6FAQ8vqrYMf2KNxK6

INSRIP: INSPIRE Summer Research Internship Programme

ENDOCRINE

Gastric emptying in non-diabetic individuals with black African/Caribbean heritage – implications for the pathogenesis of type 2

GASTROENTEROLOGY

Gut Imaging for Function and Transit in Cystic Fibrosis

OPTHALMOLOGY

Synthetic Antimicrobial peptides in treatment of corneal infection

SEXUAL HEALTH

Self-management of Long-term conditions/health promotion - HIV

PAEDIATRICS

Partnering with patients in paediatric ENT: Core Outcome Sets and Core
Information Sets

PAEDIATRICS

What is the best way of communicating research results to the patient community?

PAEDIATRICS

Clinical impact of the Head-UP Tilt Test in children and young people

SURGERY

Preventing infection of chest drains

PSYCHIATRY

Cochrane schizophrenia systematic review

PSYCHIATRY

Setting up a a randomised trial of social media (Twitter/Weibo)

PSYCHIATRY

Developing systems to help disseminate data for systematic reviewing

PSYCHIATRY

Updating WHO MINDBank resources

PSYCHIATRY

Evidence into info-graphics for providing information on Schizophrenia

PSYCHIATRY

Does the Dark Tetrad of personality increase expression of pathological demand avoidance?

PSYCHIATRY

Obsessive-compulsive disorder and pathological demand avoidance .

PSYCHIATRY

A survey of “Telling my story” courses in recovery colleges

PSYCHIATRY

How does the NHS use on-line recovery narratives?

OBGYN

A large cohort study to investigate the relationship between chronic levels of cortisol, lifestyle and pregnancy following IVF.