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
- 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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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.
Heightened risk of disease as a means of terrorism, say international security experts
Although Covid-19 has heightened concerns about the impact of disease outbreaks, there is not enough awareness about the extent of the dangers of deliberately-caused disease.
Chicago, Theory, and the Discourse of the Irish Emigrant Letter
London Met academic to deliver paper as part of international conference.
Journalism and human rights in Mexico: how to preserve the voices of the killed
The final seminar from the Global Diversities and Inequalities Research Centre this academic year will explore the danger facing Mexico's journalists.
The climate crisis and gender inequality: an intimate relationship
'How Women Can Save the Planet', a new book from London Met’s Professor Anne Karpf, will be launched at an event on June 10.
Contesting Global Fashion through China
Professor of Transcultural Arts and Design and Director of CREATURE, Wessie Ling, will give keynotes at a major fashion conference and for the Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen.
Enhancing teaching practice in higher education
The second edition of a book co-edited by London Met's Prof Digby Warren, which integrates theory and pedagogical research to enrich teaching in universities, has just been published.
New research to inform national change in police approach to sexual violence
London Met's Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit collaborated with experts around the UK on a project to improve the experiences of victims and tighten the grip on offenders.
Architecture students place second in national competition
Students Ian Bugarin and Joe Douglas worked on their artwork together during lockdown
Exploring diversity sensitive parliaments
London Met hosted a research seminar on Diversity Sensitive Parliaments as part of the Global Diversities and Inequalities Research Centre seminar series.
Supporting inclusive recovery in London
Professor Diana Stirbu has won Transformation funding for a new research and knowledge exchange initiative.
LGBTQI+ Lambeth residents invited to take part in COVID research project
The project is looking to learn more about the experiences of LGBTQI+ communities, to influence policies and services that enable LGBTQI+ people in Lambeth to thrive.