We are here to support current students within the Faculty of Medical Sciences.
Sirius Market Access was established in 2013 and currently is currently in a growth phase. In Feb 2015 the company will established an office in Newcastle upon Tyne. The company comprises of an international team of multidisciplinary scientists with a variety of backgrounds including a physician, economists, lead scientists, a medical editor and writers. The customer base is the medical device, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry.
Full vacancy details HERE.
Croda is a global speciality chemical company. They create, manufacture and sell high performance speciality ingredients which deliver benefits to a range of diverse products including health and beauty, engine lubricants, plastics and many more. The business is split into three core market sectors: Personal Care, Life Sciences, made up of: Crop Care and Health Care and Performance Technologies, made up of: Coatings and Polymers, Geo Technologies, Home Care, Lubricants and Polymer Additives. They also have an Industrial Chemicals business area. In 2015, sales were in excess of £1bn and sales of new and protected products made up 26% of turnover. They operate as a single global business but have significant footprint in the UK with 4 manufacturing site at Widnes, Leek, Rawcliffe Bridge and Hull in addition to the company headquarters and Innovation hub at Cowick, East Yorkshire. More information about Croda can be found at www.croda.com
Croda are currently offering the following PIPS opportunities for students:
1: Development and characterisation of a silane derivative of hydrolysed protein for use as a hair care active ingredient (1 project available) Start Date: ASAP
2: Synthesis of Electromagnetic Spectrum Absorbing Materials for use in Personal Care
3: A Literature review to determine excipient requirements in Hot Melt Extrustion Start Date: ASAP
4: The Effect of Excipients on the Stability and Permeation of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients in Topical Formulations (Up to 3 interns could be taken sequentially within this area) Start Date: ASAP
5: Extraction method development and analysis of lipids within keratin fibres (1 project available) Start Date: ASAP
6: A literature review into the application of proteomics and lipids analysis on human hair and other keratin fibres. (1 project available) Start Date: ASAP
Download full details of projects 1-6, including contact information
7: Data generation for generic Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (Up to 4 interns could be taken sequentially within this area) Start Date: ASAP
8: The development of a robust measurement of Tryptophan degradation in hair fibres (1 project available) Start Date: ASAP
Of particular interest to BBSRC PIPS students who are looking for an internship, or students with an interest in biotech/commercialisation.
We're looking for 1 or 2 students to take part in the EIT LaunchLab accelerator (https://eithealth.eu/programmes/accelerator-2/) which is a 9 week program with the first month based in Delft in the Netherlands, and the second month a 'roadtrip' round a few European cities. It will be quite an intense program of business/commercialisation training and then the students will expected to meet with companies on our behalf. Travel and expenses will be covered, but the catch is it starts on the 18th July!
This internship opportunity will be of particular interest to BBSRC PIPS students who are looking for an internship, or students with an interest in biotech/commercialisation.
See more internships here.
On 16th June the Newcastle Academic Health Partners hosted their inaugural Research Day in the David Shaw Lecture Theatre. It was attended by 170 delegates from within the Faculty and colleagues in the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust.
The day was a mixture of symposiums, presentations and posters. The morning symposiums were led by local leaders in their field that show-cased the vision of the NAHP, challenges faced and current research activity. Over lunch delegates viewed the 77 poster contributions and the afternoon presentations were made by eight selected young researchers.
Congratulations to Ashwin Sachdeva (NICR) who was awarded best young researcher presentation and to Swathi Merugu (NICR) who won best overall poster.
Thank you to all who contributed to the day, particularly the symposium leads Prof David Burn (IoN), Prof Joseph Vormoor (NICR), Dr Steve Parry (NuTH) and Dr Michael McKean (NuTH).
Translational research increasingly leads to the production of apps, aimed either at patients or clinicians. What are the regulatory considerations?
Speaker: Valerie Field, Interim Group Manager, Devices, MHRA
Venue: David Shaw Lecture Theatre, Medical School
Date: Tuesday 26 July