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Anatomy/Physiolgy/Pathology

ACB-AKI-ALGORITHM  
The Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine links together clinical, academic and scientific staff in the field of diagnostic testing. This list is dedicated to the advancement of the detection of acute kidney injury (AKI). Once the AKI warning algorithm has been established, the data generated by health organisations using the algorithm will be used for outcome based research on acute kidney injury. The list will serve both health service personnel involved in testing and managing patients with AKI and academic units conducting outcome based AKI research.

BESPARASITEECOLOGYGROUP  

CLINICAL-TECHNOLOGY-ENGINEERING  
This list is here to aid the sharing of best practice amongst those in clinical technology and clinical engineering roles both within the UK and abroad.

DCM  
This list has been retained 28/04/2016. No one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. contact helpline@jiscmail.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list The Death, Commemoration and Memory (DCM) Research Group is based within the School of Arts, Culture and Environment at the University of Edinburgh. Founded in 2008, it provides a forum for postgraduates and staff whose research engages with any aspect of the Groups remit, attracting junior and senior scholars from a variety of academic disciplines. This list has been established to disseminate information on the group and provide a platform for discussion among the group's members.

DEATH-RESEARCH  
This list is to facilitate communications about research and conferences between researchers whose interest is in the study of death. This group is interdisciplinary but aims mainly at researchers in the social sciences and humanities.

DIGITALOSTEO  
This mailing-list is for researchers to share issues encountered in digital osteology. It is the first step in establishing a working group to address these #issues. If common themes are identified recommendations for guidelines can be made. #All digital media forms should be considered not just 3D scanning/printing.

EM-UK  
Electron microscopy community in UK networking list. List members can ask for advice, post job advertisements and advertise meetings/courses.

FOOT-AND-ANKLE-EVIDENCE-UPDATES  
This list is used by the Orthopaedics and Trauma Group at the University of Nottingham to provide a monthly e-mail update on new evidence-based resources relevant to foot and ankle surgery, with an emphasis on guidelines and systematic reviews.

HCMG  
This list is for researchers who use or take care of instruments located in biological high containment laboratories. Areas of interest include light and electron microscopy, and pre-clinical imaging techniques. This list exists for members to share experiences, ask relevant questions and initiate collaboration.

HUMANREMAINSSSN  
This list is for individuals responsible for managing human remains in UK universities & museums

PC-UK  
This forum enables individuals working with pathology collections in the U.K. to discuss and share ideas and knowledge. These will include discussion of issues such as conservation and maintenance of specimens, collections management, use of specimens in education and learning and Human Tissue Act legislation.

PHILIPS-NUCMED-USERS  
This group is intended for users of Philips Nuclear Medicine systems. It is a support network for those using these systems for research and development work.

RUNNING-CULTURES  
A platform for cross disciplinary discussion on the cultural, social and political agency of running.

UKB-NEUROIMAGING  
For researchers interested in UK Biobank brain imaging - acquisitions, data resources, analysis pipelines and imaging-derived measures of brain structure and function.

ZOOARCHISOTOPES  
The working group and list aim to address how stable isotope analysis can be used to answer zooarchaeological questions, and foster discussion across disciplines on this topic.