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Infection & Immunity Early Career Researchers' Away Day June 2014 14 July 2014 The Early Career Researchers' Away Day was held on 12 June 2014. Presentations and programme are below.
  • Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Force 25 October 2016 Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research at the School of Veterinary Sciences is promoted and facilitated by the AMR Force, who work both in the South West, nationally and internationally, and are interested in decreasing antibiotic use while improving animal health through a plurality of approaches addressing differing styles and attitudes.
  • Kidney Research UK Award 24 October 2016 Prof Richard Coward in the School of Clinical Sciences has been awarded a Kidney Research UK Clinical Training Fellowship.
  • A pilot study of oral immunotherapy 18 October 2016 Dr Doug Wilson, Senior Lecturer in the School of Veterinary Sciences, has been awarded £225,486 from The Horse Trust.
  • 15 million Euros for Bristol Renal 13 October 2016 Bristol Renal have been successful at being part of a 15-million Euro European grant to study diabetic nephropathy.
  • Fund UK-China Antimicrobial Initiative Funding Success for Helen Lambert and Colleagues 6 October 2016 Many congratulations to Dr Helen Lambert (Social and community Medicine and the ESRC AMR Champion) and colleagues who have been awarded £882,688 (UK)/£1,828.878 (combined with NSFC funding from China) to undertake a project on "pathways to optimising antibiotic use in Anhui province: Identifying key determinants of antibiotic consumption and prescribing in community and clinical settings".
  • Research in Bristol boosted by £21 million award over five years 26 September 2016 University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UH Bristol) in partnership with the University of Bristol has been awarded more than £20 million over five years by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to fund cutting-edge research.
  • Results of the Big Tick Project 26 September 2016 Almost one third of dogs (31 percent) checked at random during a visit to a vet were found to be carrying a tick.
  • Confidence in Concept Award for Colin Chu 22 September 2016 Colin Chu in the School of Clinical Sciences was funded for "Viral Gene Therapy for Glaucoma using CRISPR-Cas9".
  • Confidence in Concept Award for Marcus Drake 21 September 2016 Marcus Drake in the School of Clinical Sciences was awarded funds to pursue "Urinary catheter redesign to reduce complications and improve tolerability".
  • TRACK Award for Paddy Horner in Social and Community Medicine 16 September 2016 Paddy Horner from the School of Social & Community Medicine was awarded funding for "Detection of seminal bacterial sialidase activity in men provides a new therapeutic opportunity for infertile couples".
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