Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Davies research group

Description
Organic chemistry research group at the University of Birmingham

Delirium in general hospital as a marker of undiagnosed dementia: evaluation of pragmatic methods for screening and follow-up

Description
Research project page for Dr Thomas Jackson's study into delirium in general hospital as a marker of undiagnosed dementia and the evaluation of pragmatic methods for screening and follow-up.

Dementia Research

Description
Dementia Research, Institute of Inflammation and Ageing

Dental and Craniofacial Stem Cell Biology

Description
The therapeutic effect of light for disease treatment has been recognised for many centuries. In the early part of the 20th century exposure to sun and other natural light was commonly used to treat diseases such as dementia, tuberculosis, lupus vulgaris and acne. Currently UV light is used to treat patients with rickets (vitamin D deficiency), neo-natal jaundice, pain and a range of dermatological disorders.

Dentistry research

Description
The School of Dentistry performed outstandingly in REF2014 in its unit of assessment, and ranked 1st in the country for research recognised as internationally excellent (4*/3*).

Desmosomes in differentiation, wound healing & cancer

Description
The research page for the Desmosomes in differentiation, wound healing & cancer group, led by Dr Martyn Chidgey at the University of Birmingham.

Developmental Neuroscience Group

Description
Developmental Neuroscience Group, Neuroscience & Ophthalmology, the University of Birmingham

Dexamethasone reduces emesis after major gastrointestinal surgery trial (DREAMS)

Description
DREAMS is a double-blind, phase IV, multi-centre randomised controlled trial designed to determine if pre-operative dexamethasone reduces post-operative nausea and vomiting in patients undergoing elective colorectal resections.

Digital Humanities Forum

Description
Introduction to the Digital Humanities Forum and its members at the University of Birmingham.
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