#TeamLivUni tackling Coronavirus

Read our blog for a behind the scenes look at how our University community is dealing with the pandemic, and how we are adapting to the many challenges Covid-19 has presented.


Behind the Screens: images of research in the time of coronavirus

Posted on: 26 January 2021 | Category: January posts

cat on windowsill next to computer

Dr Katherine Roscoe is an Early Career Researcher in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology funded by the Leverhulme Trust, and also deputy co-chair of the Research Staff Association. In this post, she writes about her experience of being an organiser for the 'Images of Research in the Time of Coronavirus' competition as part of the Research Staff Conference 2020.


Covid-19: the uninvited guest

Posted on: 18 January 2021 | Category: January posts

wreath on door

Hannah Jefferies is a Digital Project Manager within the External Relations department. In this post, she tells us about her experience of Covid-19, and how she and her family took the opportunity to contribute to research to bolster efforts in combatting this awful disease.


Ness Botanic Gardens: adapting and transforming during Covid-19

Posted on: 16 December 2020 | Category: December posts

Kestrel perched on branches at Ness Gardens

Thom Williamson is the Operations Administrator at Ness Botanic Gardens located on the Wirral peninsular. In this blog, he tells us what it has been like working at Ness this year, and how great it has been to reopen so that the public can enjoy the great outdoors safely in challenging times.


How students have been helping others during Covid-19

Posted on: 10 December 2020 | Category: December posts

Social media profile for Izzy Bowles for Wirral unplugged

Isabella Bowles is a third year undergraduate student in the School of Psychology. She volunteers with Wirral Unplugged as their Marketing and Communications Assistant. Izzy tells us about volunteering during the COVID-19 pandemic and highlights the important role students have played in helping others through difficult times.


Delivering an Airport Transfer service during COVID-19

Posted on: 1 December 2020 | Category: December posts

University of Liverpool signs

Tamara Sabri is an Operations Manager at the University of Liverpool. Here she tells us how the team have adapted the 'Meet and Greet' Airport Transfer service to ensure students still receive a warm and friendly welcome to Liverpool.


How Covid-19 has highlighted the value of citizenship

Posted on: 23 November 2020 | Category: November posts

Motorway border crossing

Mate Subašić is a PhD student in our Department of Politics. His research is focused on nationalism, identity politics and trans-border groups in South East Europe. Here he discusses how, in his view, Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of citizenship within Europe.


Life as a PhD Student in Lockdown

Posted on: 16 November 2020 | Category: November posts

PhD Student Rebecca Jensen outside the VGM

Rebecca Jensen is a PhD student in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. During the first national lockdown she was unable to continue her original research from home, and so she decided to volunteer for the ISARIC/WHO CCP study which looks at the urgent questions posed by Covid-19. Here she tells us what that was like, and how she is coping with the second national lockdown.


Library in the time of Corona

Posted on: 9 November 2020 | Category: November posts

Sydney Jones Lib helpdesk

Amy Lewin is the Marketing and Innovation Coordinator for the University's Libraries, Museums and Galleries. Read her blog to find out how our campus libraries coped with lockdown, and how they have safely reopened to provide vital resources for our staff and students.


The virtual museum - accessing art and culture online at the VGM

Posted on: 19 October 2020 | Category: October posts

Victoria Gallery & Museum building

Nicola Euston is Head of Museums and Galleries at the University. Here she tells us how her team adapted during lockdown and continued to make the Museum collections, and much more, available to people at home.


From Uganda to the UK: Crossing continents for COVID-19 clinical care

Posted on: 14 October 2020 | Category: October posts

Catriona and Peter Waitt

Catriona Waitt is a Reader in Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Liverpool, a Wellcome clinical postdoctoral fellow based at the Infectious Diseases Institute, Makerere University College of Health Sciences, and an honorary Consultant in Acute Medicine at the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Peter Waitt is an Acute Physician at Wirral University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Infectious Disease Institute as Uganda Clinical Lead on the Joint Mobile Emerging Disease Clinical Capability Project. Read about their experiences balancing work and family life during the pandemic, both in Uganda and in Liverpool.


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    Behind the Screens: images of research in the time of coronavirus

    cat on windowsill next to computer

    Posted on: 26 January 2021 | Category: January posts

    Dr Katherine Roscoe is an Early Career Researcher in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology funded by the Leverhulme Trust, and also deputy co-chair of the Research Staff Association. In this post, she writes about her experience of being an organiser for the 'Images of Research in the Time of Coronavirus' competition as part of the Research Staff Conference 2020.


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