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SHARE Collaborative awarded at the Inaugural Research and Innovation awards at Queen Mary


Queen Mary’s Research and Innovation Awards recognise the excellent people and teams that make creative, dynamic and world-class research and innovation possible at Queen Mary.

The awards ceremony, held on 25 May 2023 at the Law Society, brought together nominators nominees and their team members to recognise exceptional work and expertise delivered by teams and individuals from across the university in eight categories. The Research and Innovation awards is to be held annually to recognise the exceptional research conducted at Queen Mary. 

The SHARE collaborative found success during this ceremony by securing two awards for innovative research conducted amongst the team. The categories won were the following:

Research Impact – culture civic and community  

  • Guiding the global public health response to the 2022 mpox outbreak – The SHARE Collaborative
  • Monitoring and Assessment Tools for Rivers – Angela Gurnell and Geraldene Wharton  

Excellent interdisciplinary research project 

  • HIV and sexual health researchers across East London investigate inequalities that lead to poor sexual health and HIV, especially in minoritised communities – The SHARE Collaborative  
  • Queen Mary’s three faculties of and the Digital Environment Research Institute collaborate to develop an approach to minimise gambling-related harms – Preventing Gambling Harm  

For further information on the remaining categories and other awards won, please follow the link here.