The Research and Postgraduate Office provides support, advice and guidance for our whole research community, bringing administrative, academic, social and external opportunities together with the aim of driving excellence, collaboration and a seamless experience for our research students and staff.
The Research and Postgraduate Office's role is to:
- support our postgraduate research students through our Graduate School, working with colleagues in our academic schools and other administrative departments
- provide delivery of training and events together with the Graduate School: Postgraduate Research Training sessions and Staff Research Development Programme
- support staff in their research by providing guidance on funding opportunities
- identify and promote the impact our staff-led research has in the wider world
- encourage interdisciplinary collaboration among research-active staff
- seek and promote knowledge exchange opportunities within London Met and beyond
- ensure a clear identity for research at London Met is developed and promoted, both internally and externally
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Latest news from the Research and Postgraduate Office
London Met student selected as finalist in National STEM Awards
Nada Abuknesha, a student from the School of Human Sciences, was shortlisted for the STEM for Britain poster competition.
London Met and Filisia awarded Knowledge Transfer Partnership
Innovative project will harness the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence to help develop bespoke interventions for people with additional needs.
The contradictions at the heart of post-Brexit immigration policy
A new blog by Professor Louise Ryan and Dr Jon Mulholland delivers a searing critique of post-Brexit immigration policy in the UK.
London Met hosts international seminar on women in militant movements worldwide
The event drew together personal narratives, fieldwork, and literary and popular narratives, and focussed on experiences of women in the Global South.
Preparing for global biological security education
London Met Professor addressed an exciting new education initiative at an international conference.
“As African women, we are brought up to be strong; there's that expectation"
Published research by London Met PhD student explores postnatal depression among first-generation Nigerian mothers in the UK, an under-researched section of health studies.
London Met sociologist curates highly successful lecture series with the London Irish Centre
The series marked the centenary of the years of revolution in Ireland.
London Met academics among the most cited in the world
Five researchers from the University feature in the top 2% most impactful academics globally, according to data from Elsevier and Stanford University.
London Met and partners win £5m research boost to address health inequalities in Tower Hamlets
The award will support collaboration between the organisations taking a lead in delivering innovative research on the wider causes of health inequalities.
Irish Nurses in the NHS: the oral history project team meet the Irish Ambassador
Professor Louise Ryan and Grainne McPolin were invited to speak about their research with Irish nurses who had been recruited to train and work in the NHS from the 1940s onwards.
Joining the Dots: International Conversations on Violence Against Women
A series of seminars from London Met's Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit will bring together international activists, survivors and practitioners working to end violence against women.
Knowledge Exchange Framework highlights London Met's support for student entrepreneurs
London Met in the top 20% for supporting student entrepreneurs and for its work delivering CPD courses.
The enigma of nature in the age of proto-globalisation
Professor Nicholas Temple will present his research at the next Art, Architecture and Design (AAD) Sessions event on 28 September.
"Major improvement" needed in biosecurity education of life scientists, say experts
The research identified key deficiencies in security education in bioscience, including a lack of people with expertise in humanities and ethics, and a lack of translated material.