Why I Research is a podcast from Newcastle University exploring the new research in health science coming out of the North East.
Each episode we’ll discuss fascinating topics in medical sciences and the people behind the science.
Explore research, the scientist behind the work, and why they do what they do. This, is Why I Research.
Why I Research would not be possible without the brilliant efforts of our production team.
- Hosted by Charlie Wilkinson
- Edited by Rachel Teate
- Produced by Rachel Teate and Charlie Wilkinson
- Recorded and supported by the Newcastle University media production team.
- Episode 8 – Community Dentistry with Charlotte BowesWe spoke to Charlotte about her journey into dentistry and the importance of dentistry in the community.
- Episode 7 – Organic Transplants with John DarkWe spoke to John about the future of organ transplants and the current research carried out by the NIHR blood and transplantation research unit into improving the longevity of organ transplants
- Episode 6 – Doctors of the Future with Doyin AlanoWe spoke to Doyin about the importance of having patients involved in training future doctors, and why this makes them better prepared for working in medicine.
- Episode 5 – Women’s Health with Claire SmilesWe spoke to Claire about the importance of person focused research and the impacts of her work.
- Episode 4 – Genetic Libraries with Emma RaineWe speak to Emma about her research journey which has led her to the post she works in now, and the importance of the work of the BioResource centre.