Happy 'Birthday' to Aberdeen Centre for Women's Health Research
Today (4 March) marks 6 years since the Aberdeen Centre for Women's Health Research (ACWHR) was launched and the anniversary will be marked by an event which will hear from world-class keynote speakers including Dr Woo Yin Ling and Dr Heather Morgan as well as talks from ACWHR Director Prof...
Worse survival rates and different care for cancer patients who live further from hospital
Patients who live further away from cancer centres are likely to receive different care and experience worse outcomes than those who live closer according to new research on patients in the north-east of Scotland and the Northern Isles. This is despite patients from further away being referred and diagnosed as...
Gardening good for the soul - until the pressure grows
What if one of the things known for helping and reducing stress and anxiety, becomes such a commitment, it leads to burn-out?
University of Aberdeen team named as finalists in Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards
A team from the Scottish Medical Education Research Consortium led by Dr Kim Walker from the University of Aberdeen's Centre for Healthcare Research Education and Innovation have been named as finalists in this year's Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards.
Plant pathology researchers support agri-tech firm's approach to biocontrol development
Biotalys, an agricultural technology company developing protein-based biocontrol solutions for crop protection, has entered into an academic collaboration with leading researchers in plant pathology at the University of Aberdeen.
Action needed now to avoid potential harms for future hip fracture patients
New research from the University of Aberdeen forecasts an upsurge in hip fracture patients within the next decade and an NHS shortfall of more than £25 million to meet this demand.
Novel mechanism with potential to boost checkpoint blocking cancer immunotherapies identified
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen working on a partnership study that looks at how the immune system could help improve cancer treatment have found a potential new way to aid and develop better cancer therapies.
What becomes of the broken hearted? 'Broken-heart syndrome' patients failed by current treatment
Medication currently given following takotsubo cardiomyopathy diagnosis - also known as broken-heart syndrome is ineffective.
PFAS may increase the risk of disease in unborn children, new study suggests
PFAS are chemicals that may cause cancer, diabetes, and other diseases. Research from Örebro University and the University of Aberdeen now suggests that these chemicals affect people as early as the fetal stage of development.
Drug shown to block artery fat takes a major step forward
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have demonstrated the further success of a drug previously reported to 'block' fat in the arteries.
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