Biomedical Sciences Research Institute Updates
Check new funded PhD opportunities within the School of Biomedical Sciences, submission deadline: Monday 18 Feb. 2019
Dr Moffett, member of Ulster University diabetes research group, wants to understand how infertility develops in people with obesity and Type 2 diabetes, and how it could be reversed.
Not being able to read a number plate from 20m (65ft) away when stopped by police officers could lead to an immediate driving license revocation.
The ability to control alternative shapes of DNA (quadruple-helix DNA) opens up the possibility for new applications in biomedicine, computer science, nano/optoelectronics and biotechnology.
Six Ulster PhD researchers have been invited to participate in a new National Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) PhD Training Programme at the University of Bristol with 150 PhD researchers across the UK.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has launched a national eyesight awareness campaign encouraging drivers to take the number plate test.
The Nutrition Society Irish Section Conference 2018, organised by NICHE Nutrition and Innovation Centre for Food & Health, took place on 20-22 June 2018, at Ulster University, Coleraine.
The Biomedical Sciences Research Institute Core Facilities were represented at the BIO2018 international convention in Boston beginning of June.
Ulster and Randox have launched a £5 million skills development initiative to support up to 10 PhD researchers.
This year TMED9 will focus on "Innovating to Live Well for Longer" and will also provide an update on the Centre for Personalised Medicine, Clinical Decision Making and Patient Safety. Local and international expertise drawn from academia, business, clinical and data analytics will combine at TMED9 to network and explore ways to improve diagnostics and personalised medicine.