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Join us for the UoB PCOSoc 21 Day Fitness Challenge!

Join the University of Birmingham PCOS Society (PCOSoc) for a 21 day fitness challenge. No equipment needed, you can do activities indoors or outdoors and very little space is needed. You can also break up your activities throughout the day to make them more manageable. Get involved by signing up here. PCOSoc was set up … Continue reading Join us for the UoB PCOSoc 21 Day Fitness Challenge!

IWD2021: PCOS at the Intersections

The DAISy-PCOS Leadership team are involved with two events for International Women’s Day. PCOS at the Intersections will ask: Does race impact the way we experience PCOS? Do Women of Colour feel represented within the healthcare or advocacy space? About this Event Our understanding of PCOS is very limited, whether that be medically, or in … Continue reading IWD2021: PCOS at the Intersections

IWD2021: Our Health Matters, Period.

To mark International Women’s Day 2021, join women involved in the DAISy-PCOS Leadership Programme for an online community-led panel discussion focused on inequity in women’s healthcare. Using Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) as a case study on which to frame this broader discussion, these women will lead the event and share their personal experiences to highlight how … Continue reading IWD2021: Our Health Matters, Period.

DAISy-PCOS PhD Studentship Opportunity in Machine Learning / Computer Science

The DAISy-PCOS team have a new PhD studentship opportunity in Machine Learning / Computer Science available, supervised by DAISy-PCOS Principle Investigator Professor Wiebke Arlt from the Institute of Metabolism & Systems Research and Professor Peter Tino from the School of Computer Science Project title: Integrated machine learning approaches to dissect the link between androgen excess and … Continue reading DAISy-PCOS PhD Studentship Opportunity in Machine Learning / Computer Science