£2 million research funding to address chronic lung disease in developing world
The University of Plymouth is part of a £2 million project to address chronic lung disease in the developing world through pulmonary (lung-related) rehabilitation.
Plymouth researcher co-authors landmark study on malaria – new findings could contribute to vaccine
Dr Edwin Lasonder contributed to the early stages of a study led by Radboud University Medical Centre and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and findings could contribute to a new malaria vaccine.
Doctor named Fellow of British Exploring Society
Dr Lucy Obolensky has been appointed one of 12 inaugural Fellows of the British Exploring Society; joining names including Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Olympic gold medal-winning rower, Alex Gregory MBE.
New group for global health issues
Plymouth University news: With the University's Masters in Global and Remote Healthcare courses at its heart, the Global Health Collaborative is a bringing together of a variety of South West health professionals
Academic aiming to bridge the gap worldwide for people in need of basic assistive products
Alice Inman, Programme Lead for MSc Global and Remote Healthcare, attended a World Health Organisation (WHO) summit in Geneva to discuss how simple assistive products such as hearing aids and wheelchairs can be delivered to people who need them most.
Ownership, knowledge and power to progress - sustainability in global health collaborative projects