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Grace Moran, who recently submitted her PhD at Birmingham University, will soon be presenting the findings of her School funded research at two international conferences.

Grace’s abstract submitted to the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Conference in Cancun, Mexico, was voted as one of the 18 highest rated submissions from over 350. After submitting an extended abstract, voted in the top 5 out of the 18 highest rated submissions, it was also accepted as a distinguished paper presentation. Title of paper: ‘Missed opportunities for prevention of stroke and transient ischaemic attack (TIA) in primary care.’

The International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) Annual Conference is taking place in Vancouver where Grace will give an oral presentation ‘Not so transient: fatigue, psychological and cognitive impairment following transient ischaemic attack (TIA).’

Grace is currently a research fellow working for the West Midlands Research Design Service (RDS). Part of her role is to give advice to people applying for national peer-reviewed funding, usually NIHR, and to conduct her own research.

I have had the opportunity to work on publishing papers from my PhD and I am currently in the process of developing a research plan to continue the research from my PhD (improving prevention of stroke and management of TIA)” 
- Grace Moran

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