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.
New bus to raise awareness of world-leading research
Plymouth Citybus has launched a special vehicle in partnership with national charity Brain Tumour Research and the University of Plymouth.
HRH The Princess Royal to open life-changing health and medical research facility
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal is to officially open the University of Plymouth’s multimillion pound Derriford Research Facility
New research sheds light on underlying cause of stroke
University of Plymouth News: New research led by Professor Robert Fern shows how the novel drug QNZ-46 can help to lessen the effects of excess release of glutamate in the brain – the main cause of brain injury in stroke.
Researcher secures funding to further investigate treatment for neuro-tumours
Dr Sylwia Ammoun has secured £112,071 from Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Sparks to research into hereditary condition Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2). Her work could offer hope to the thousands of, mainly young, people affected by NF2.
Dangerous liaisons – why contracting an STI could be deadly this Valentine’s Day
Dr Tina Joshi explains how antimicrobial resistance is making STIs harder to treat – and is expected to kill more people than cancer by 2050
Bladder cancer – finding new treatments and raising awareness
Following his recent publication of a study in 'The Lancet', Professor Hussain discusses a potential new treatment for bladder cancer, and explains why tackling the disease is so important.