HERU Blog post - reflections on HERU's 'Applying DCEs in Health Economics' course
The last HERU Blog post of 2019 reflects on the 'Applying Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Economics' course that we ran during the year in Canada and in Aberdeen. The Canada course was ran in collaboration with the O’Brien Institute for Public Health at the University of Calgary in September,...
University paper among the 'most mentioned' in 2019
An academic paper by a University of Aberdeen researcher has made it on to the annual list of the top 100 most-mentioned scholarly articles published in 2019.
New cannabinoid research shows potential for targeted drug therapy
Gene region could identify people who may benefit most from medical cannabis.
Researchers find new evidence that a 'smart, fungi' can be hard to find
A team of experts have discovered that a common fungus that infects humans can not only predict an imminent attack from the immune system, it will even change its appearance to hide from it.
Researchers test drugs with potential to restore sight loss from aniridia
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen will test two repurposed drugs for the treatment of the rare eye condition aniridia, which causes blindness thanks to funding from Fight for Sight.
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