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Research led by the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester has made a connection between the way baby wallabies produce male hormones and how some human girls are born with genitalia that resemble those of a boy.
Dr Enea Sancho-Vaello has been appointed as a Marie Sklodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of Dr Jessica Blair, Institute of Microbiology and Infection.
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have found an anti-malarial drug was effective in treating head and neck cancer in mice.
AI appears to detect diseases from medical imaging with similar levels of accuracy as health-care professionals, according to research led by the University and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Babies born vaginally have different gut bacteria – their microbiome – than those delivered by Caesarean, research has shown.
The University of Birmingham will play a key role in new data hubs that will enable cutting-edge research for health discoveries and aim to give patients across the UK faster access to pioneering new treatments.
Statins could be used to treat older patients admitted to hospital with a severe type of pneumonia, researchers at the University of Birmingham have found.
A study led by the University of Birmingham provides strong support for current recommendations on treating patients with an underactive thyroid and validates latest UK and US guidelines, say researchers.
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