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The team produce a quarterly newsletter to provide information on funding opportunities, events and internationalisation activity.

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Newsletters from the collaboration on regnerative immunology between the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Manchester: 


Videos from Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine (SJTUSM) International Symposium on Cancer, Neuroscience and Immunology, held 11-13th October 2022

Opening Ceremony & Clinical Research on Cancer - 11th Oct 2022
Nursing Oncology - 12th Oct 2022
Basic Research on Cancer - 12th Oct 2022
Neuroscience & Mental Disorder - 13th Oct 2022
Immunology & Inflammatory Diseases - 13th Oct 2022



British Academy Global Convening Programmes

These exciting three-year programmes bring together international, interdisciplinary teams of academics and wider stakeholders to find new approaches to major challenges and catalyse change in industry, practice, policy and society. The programmes focus on ‘Chinese Global Orders’, ‘A Just Transitions Framework for Equitable and Sustainable Mitigation of Antimicrobial Resistance’, and ‘The Times of Just Transitions’ and will bring an innovative convening approach to these important and diverse international issues. The Academy is looking forward to working with the teams and taking forward this new scheme. 

British Academy Innovation Fellow (Route B)

Building on our work with the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, we are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Innovation Fellow (Route B) who will be working on issues related to the conflict in Ukraine, with a particular focus on the Russian economy and sanctions. We already have three Innovation Fellows working in the heart of government and bringing new perspectives to issues ranging from law, values and ethics in the international digital and telecommunications environment to the regional politics of South-East Asia.