Biomedical Sciences Research Institute Updates
In a collaboration involving 5 centres, Dr Mamoon Aldeyab from Ulster Biomedical Sciences Research Institute publishes a study in Nature microbiology allowing for better design of antibiotic stewardship.
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.
Staff and PhD researchers from NICHE travelled to Barcelona in May 2018 to take part to the Vitamin D conference, one of the the best workshops for researchers interested in vitamin D.
Job opportunities in Stratified Medicine for 3 Research Lecturers in Biostatistics and Genome Analyses, Molecular Immunology and Cellular Ageing.
In May, the theme of the Research and innovation seminar in Healthcare is "Future role of Cannabis / Cannabinoids in Healthcare"
Several NICHE researchers attended a meeting in Rochester with international partners to discuss and plan the future of research on nutrition, mercury & child development.
First Centre for Personalised Medicine steering group meeting.
The special Edition of Peptides journal edited by UU researchers Peter Flatt and Michael Conlon presents the latest advances in Diabetes research.