Professor Adam Finn - The Children’s doctor19 September 2009Professor Adam Finn, from the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, is an academic paediatrician who spends more time doing research than anything else. But rather than describe himself as a professor working at the University he prefers to say he is a paediatrician, because being a children’s doctor is what really defines him.
Reducing the severity of multiple sclerosis24 August 2009A major step forward, with important implications for understanding how to reduce the severity of multiple sclerosis, has been made by scientists at the University of Bristol.
Claudia’s story1 April 2009Bone marrow stem cells used in cell bandages are the same as those used to treat Claudia Castillo.
Developing a vaccine for multiple sclerosis10 March 2009Apitope Technology Ltd., a biopharmaceutical company that specialises in developing treatments for allergy and autoimmune diseases was formed as a spin-out company in 2002 from the University of Bristol. In 2007 Apitope announced it had developed a vaccine designed to halt multiple sclerosis in its tracks.