logo
School of Medicine
   
   

Latest news from the School of Medicine

SubscribeRss FeedAtom Feed

New centre to pioneer research into dementia

Description
A new centre of excellence is being launched by the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham seeking to transform our understanding of dementia.
Date:
19/05/2014

Nottingham hosts first UK meeting of international conference on eczema

Description
A prestigious international conference for researchers working to improve the treatment and prevention of eczema will meet at The University of Nottingham for its first gathering in the UK.
Date:
15/05/2014

Fourfold increase in the rate of coeliac disease in the UK

Description
Research by Joe West from the Division of Epidemiology & Public Health reveals a fourfold increase in the rate of diagnosed cases of coeliac disease in the UK over the past two decades.
Date:
13/05/2014

£1m study to investigate the benefits of rehabilitation in brain injury-associated memory loss

Description
The University of Nottingham academics are working in collaboration with clinicians at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust on a new study to test the effectiveness of a new memory-specific rehabilitation programme for patients affected by TBI.
Date:
13/05/2014

Dermatology expert recognised for excellence in research

Description
Hywel Williams, Professor of Dermato-Epidemiology, from the School of Medicine atThe University of Nottingham is among 44 leading experts recognised this year by the Academy of Medical Sciences for excellence in research.
Date:
09/05/2014

The School of Medicine is now on Twitter!

Description
Follow us @MedicineUoN for even more news and updates.
Date:
06/05/2014

Riding in support of brain tumour research

Description
A team of cyclists who will be riding to the four corners of Great Britain to raise money for children's brain tumour research have visited the labs where the lifesaving research takes place.
Date:
02/05/2014

Comment: ADHD is real and saying otherwise is damaging

Description
Children with ADHD and their families deserve evidence-based understanding of the complex nature of the condition and its effective treatments. They do not need sensationalist and stigmatising headlines that suggest that the children in the UK being treated for ADHD, often effectively, do not have a "real" condition.
Date:
01/05/2014

Developing imaging technologies to improve animal research

Description
The University of Nottingham is to share in £1.5m of research funding to maximise the potential of advanced imaging technologies to reduce animal use in a diverse range of preclinical research applications.
Date:
30/04/2014
Displaying 41 to 50 of 198
Previous 3 4 5 6 7 Next

School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

Contacts: Please see our 'contact us' page for further details