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Bright Future Ahead for Research Software Engineering at Manchester
Adrian Harwood was appointed Head of Research Software Engineering (RSE) in Research IT in August. He has spent the last few months looking at how to take the RSE team to the next level in order to meet the growing needs of the research community here at the University.
CORONET Recognised in Journal of Clinical Oncology
CORONET, a tool created by our Research Software Engineers (RSEs), has recently been featured in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO): Clinical Cancer Informatics. Find out more about the paper’s findings which explain how the Machine Learning model was created and presented to the healthcare community.
New Head of Research Software Engineering Announced
We are pleased to announce that Adrian Harwood has recently been appointed Research IT’s new Head of Research Software Engineering. Adrian has worked for the University for 11 years as a researcher and lecturer in engineering, and more recently, has spent the last three and a half years establishing and running the Mobile Development Service within Research IT as a Research Software Engineer (RSE).
Meet Our Year in Industry Students!
Aiding Breast Cancer Prevention in Under-supported Groups
Research Software Engineers Patricia Barnby and Adrian Harwood, of our Mobile Development Service, have developed a new app in partnership with The Nightingale Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital and the Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. It targets women under the age of 35 with a family history of breast cancer – a group for whom there is little support available at present.
Introducing Software Citation
Tackling Hay Fever One Tool at a Time
LinguaSnapp Gets a Facelift
Read about the new LinguaSnapp mobile app developed by our Mobile Development Service (MDS). Supporting the Multi-Lingual Manchester project, it is available in three flavours (Manchester, Jerusalem and Melbourne) and was built for Android and iOS using our favourite .NET cross platform framework.
Modelling the COVID-19 Pandemic
Research Software Engineers, Peter Crowther and Ann Gledson, have been working with the University Department of Mathematics and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on improving their simulation model of contact tracing, which can be used to predict and explain the effectiveness of different strategies in reducing the spread of SARS-CoV-2