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08 December 2022
Two University of Birmingham researchers have been awarded prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) clinical fellowships this year.
The validated Symptom Burden Questionnaire™ for Long COVID (SBQ™-LC) will help medical researchers develop or test new treatments.
05 December 2022
Diagnostic device to monitor against post-surgery heart strangulation risk under development by company formed by Birmingham cardiothoracic surgeon
02 December 2022
A new study, conducted by the Atrial Fibrillation NETwork (AFNET), offered smartphone and arrhythmia screening to older adults without atrial fibrillation.
01 December 2022
Broad T-cell response is currently protective but recognition of seven out of ten T-cell targets mutated in SARS-CoV-2 variants is impaired
23 November 2022
New partnership with Acticor Biotech will see patients with heart attacks treated with glenzocimab, a promising new class of drug for the first time.
21 November 2022
‘Resistance breakers’ and better genetic tests are among new ways that scientists could address antimicrobial resistance, a new paper suggests.
16 November 2022
Dr Jon Hazeldine, Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, has been awarded a competitive MRC Career Development Award Fellowship totalling £1.2M.
15 November 2022
The organoids provide a micro-environment that can accept and support the survival of cells from patients with blood malignancies
14 November 2022
Blood tests will identify children likely to develop type 1 diabetes, allowing earlier, safer diagnosis
UK analysis raises need for awareness of health implications for patients following abuse and neglect
11 November 2022
The collaboration between University of Birmingham spin-off Marker Diagnostics, Rugby Football Union and World Rugby extended for the Women’s Rugby World Cup