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News on Respiratory Medicine

Faculty support for the fight against COVID-19

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How staff and students in the University's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences are helping during the coronavirus crisis.
Date:
03/04/2020

Nottingham smokers wanted for vital research into lung disease

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Smokers in Nottingham are being given the chance to take part in world-leading research into an incurable lung disease.
Date:
24/04/2019

New clues about why non-smokers, as well as smokers, develop chronic lung disease revealed

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A group of researchers led by the Universities of Nottingham and Leicester has discovered genetic differences that put some people at higher risk than others of developing chronic lung disease.
Date:
26/02/2019

New genetic study could lead to better treatment of severe asthma

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The largest-ever genetic study of people with moderate-to-severe asthma has revealed new insights into the underlying causes of the disease which could help improve its diagnosis and treatment.
Date:
12/12/2018

Expeditions to help improve lung health in Nepal

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A group of doctors and scientists from the University of Nottingham and the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre are teaming up with researchers in Nepal to tackle a major public health problem in the country – chronic lung disease.
Date:
21/11/2018

New Director of Centre for Biomolecular Sciences

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Professor Chris Denning has been appointed as Director of the Centre for Biomolecular Sciences (CBS) as it undergoes a £23m expansion to underline its reputation as a hub of world-class interdisciplinary research.
Date:
27/09/2018

First University of Nottingham academic to be awarded NIHR Research Professorship

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Gisli Jenkins, Professor of Experimental Medicine and Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, is the first University of Nottingham academic to be awarded a prestigious NIHR Research Professorship.
Date:
16/07/2018

Care provided by specialist cancer nurses helps improve life expectancy of patients with lung cancer, says new study

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A new study looking at the picture of lung cancer care in England finds that patients with lung cancer experience significantly better outcomes in terms of life expectancy, avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions and managing the effects of treatment when cared for by specialist lung cancer nurses.
Date:
06/07/2018

MRC Impact PhD studentship (Closing date: 20 June 2018)

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Closing date: Thursday 20 June 2018
Date:
04/06/2018
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