University of Birmingham has shown that iNKT-cells, a T-cell subset with limited diversity, act as cellular gatekeepers to control the exit of highly variable alpha-beta T-cells (abT-cells) from the thymus.
Women who go into labour before 37 weeks of pregnancy should be offered antibiotics to prevent a possible transmission of Group B Streptococcal (GBS), according to updated guidance published by RCOG.
Dr Alison Cooper, Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience and Pharmacology, takes a look at treatment options and support available for people diagnosed with Parkinson's disease for The Birmingham Brief.
Dr Rishi Caleyachetty, an epidemiologist at the University of Birmingham, writes for The Conversation UK on how new evidence shows that healthy obesity is a myth.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have found that Chinese children who go to bed later and sleep less are more likely to be more overweight.
Experts from around the world have gathered at the University of Birmingham to celebrate 30 years of liver research and 5,000 liver transplants to have been performed in the city.
Two undergraduate projects from the first cohort of MPharm Pharmacy graduates have been accepted for publication in peer reviewed journals, something that is usually reserved for PhD students rather than undergraduates.
Rugby players from Aviva Premiership Rugby and Greene King IPA Championship are to take part in a major study led by the University of Birmingham.
The new 'CATCH ME' apps, developed by the CATCH ME consortium, have been aligned to 2016 European Society of Cardiology guidelines and will support the healthcare professional-patient relationship.
Research led by the University of Birmingham, published today in Science Translational Medicine, has discovered that a drug commonly used to treat patients with either obesity or Type II diabetes could be used as a novel new way to lower brain pressure.
Research has found that basic life support at least doubles the likelihood of survival from cardiac arrest. Resuscitation for Medical Disciplines (RMD) is a highly interactive peer-led course that teaches basic life support and how to use an automated external defibrillator to healthcare students.
Students from the College of Medical and Dental Sciences are doubling their efforts to deliver CPR training to festival-goers this summer by teaching people life-saving techniques at the V Festivals.