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
Citizen participation in planning
London Met's Dr Beatrice De Carli will reflect on the needs and challenges of citizen participation in the planning and development of informal settlements in a virtual debate.
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 a study by Stanford University.
Dwelling on the Future
Hannah Parr reports on a celebration event for a new book by architect and academic Pierre D'Avoine, which explores the design of dwelling environments.
The Labour Movement and World War Two
As we remember all those who have fought and died in wartime this Armistice Day, Professor Mary Davis reflects on the lesser known history of trade unions in wartime.
Resilience and reparation for the victims of gender violence in the Mexican border corridor
Dr María López recently presented her research work on women's mechanisms of resilience to the crisis of violence at the Mexican border.
London Met host the Physiological Society 2021 GL Brown Prize Lecture
17 November, 1pm
The lecture, which is open to all, will explore Cystic Fibrosis: From Gene to Precision Medicines.
New Turkey’s new diasporic constellations
Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Dr A Erdi Ozturk, has published a new policy report on Turkish diasporas, as well as a review of President Erdogan's new book.
Developing a public health framework to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls
London Met's Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit will develop the city of London’s next Violence Against Women and Girls strategy, focused on prevention and early intervention.
Getting ahead in a research career
London Met student Muskaan discusses her experiences of undertaking extended scientific research placements, and the importance of research opportunities for undergraduates.
London Met academic named Charity Times Rising Star of the Year
Dr Nicola Sharps-Jeff, emeritus fellow of CWASU and CEO of Surviving Economic Abuse, was recognised for her impact in raising awareness and transforming responses to economic abuse.
Circular Economy practices in Indian manufacturing: roadblocks and solutions
A workshop co-organised by London Met’s Dr Anil Kumar investigated the major challenges to delivering a Circular Economy (CE) practices adoption in the Indian manufacturing industry.
Expanding the role of pharmacists in general practice
A new editorial co-authored by London Met Professor of Applied Health Research, Duncan Stewart, explores the potential of Structured Medication Reviews (SMR).
Student and Staff Research Conference 2021: Negotiating a Changed World
London Met PhD student Amy Chave reflects on the University’s recent student and staff research conference.
London Met highlighted in COP26 Universities Network
The University has been recognised for the role of its academic research and sustainability strategy in driving a zero-carbon future.