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£2 million boost for heart research in Bristol 7 August 2015 New tests and therapies to improve the treatment of people with coronary heart disease requiring bypass surgery are being developed at the University of Bristol thanks to new research funding from the British Heart Foundation (BHF). The charity has announced grants of £2 million as part of the appointment of Costanza Emanueli as BHF Professor of Cardiovascular Science.
  • £2 million boost for heart research in Bristol 7 August 2015 New tests and therapies to improve the treatment of people with coronary heart disease requiring bypass surgery are being developed at the University of Bristol thanks to new research funding from the British Heart Foundation (BHF). The charity has announced grants of £2 million as part of the appointment of Costanza Emanueli as BHF Professor of Cardiovascular Science.
  • School of Clinical Sciences Academic Promotions 2015 3 August 2015 The School of Clinical Sciences is pleased to announce the academic promotions with effect from 1 August 2015:
  • School Newsletter July 2015 19 July 2015
  • Bristol scientists join forces to share dementia research with the public 14 July 2015 Scientists in Bristol will come together on Monday 20 July to hold a free public meeting to discuss current dementia research. The meeting will involve short talks from clinicians and researchers, allowing members of the public to ask questions about Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
  • Bristol endocrinologist with a passion for invention 2 July 2015 A School of Clinical Sciences professor, consultant and inventor, Andy Levy, puts patient and student experience at the forefront of the products he invents.
  • Placenta research takes top thesis prize 11 June 2015 Postgraduate researcher Catherine Gilmore successfully summed up her research into the placenta to be crowned the University of Bristol’s winner of the Three Minute Thesis - a competition challenging postgraduate researchers to present their 80,000-word theses in just three minutes.
  • Three-Minute Thesis finals on 10th June 5 June 2015 Catherine Gilmore from the SOCS Musculoskeletal Research Unit is one of 8 Bristol finalists in this year’s Three-Minute Thesis competition.
  • Bristol dementia researchers in call for more volunteers 20 May 2015 On International Clinical Trials Day, Wednesday 20 May, researchers in the South West are urging more people in the region to consider volunteering for dementia studies. Many pioneering studies into the devastating condition are underway in the region, but efforts can be hampered if researchers can’t find people willing to take part.
  • One step closer to an insulin vaccine for type 1 diabetes 6 May 2015 An international team of researchers from Bristol, Dresden, Munich, Vienna and Denver have successfully completed the first step in the development of an insulin vaccine to prevent type 1 diabetes.
  • School Newsletter May 2015 29 April 2015
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