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1 Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry Cancer day J Robert Sneyd Feb 2015

2 Three ambitions for PUSMD Exceptional clinical teaching Strong social engagement World class research Students at the centre of everything we do Close engagement with NHS partners Close to our University, our city & its community Three tools to deliver them

3 Clinical Neurosciences Cancer Inflammation, Infection and Immunity Disease+ Clinical Trials Health Service Diagnostics Research Our themes/strenght

4 Cancer research in PU PSMD PIs: Bing Hu, Simon Rule, Matthew Cramp, Claire Hutchinson, Oliver Hanemann, Lee Spragon (Vandervell) and advertised post (Cancer Immunology) Excellence demonstrated by large grants: CR UK, Brain Tumour center, BBSRC, high profile paper: NEJM, Cancer Cell… Brain tumours - SW has highest number of brain Tumours diagnosed in England (BTR data)

5 CTU Biovault Health campus

6 Derriford research facility

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9 Research Excellence Framework 2014 successor to the Research Assessment Exercise, a method of assessing the research of British higher education institutions REF 2014 to assessed research carried out during 2008–2013. Results published 18/12/2014… Evaluate research OUTPUTS, IMPACT & ENVIRONMENT Divided into Units of Activity, UoA1= clinical medicine

10 Grading criteria Four star: Quality that is world-leading in terms of originality, significance and rigour. Three star: Quality that is internationally excellent in terms of originality, significance and rigour but which falls short of the highest standards of excellence. Two star: Quality that is recognised internationally in terms of originality, significance and rigour. One star: Quality that is recognised nationally in terms of originality, significance and rigour. Unclassified Quality: that falls below the standard of nationally recognised work. Or work which does not meet the published definition of research for the purposes of this assessment.

11 How did we do? UoA1 Overall 13/31 Joint 13 th with Exeter National leaders in research output quality

12 Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry Cancer day J Robert Sneyd Feb 2015


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