Women at risk of death from heart disease due to consistent lack of preventative treatment
The consistent undertreatment of women with cardiovascular disease may have led to preventable heart attacks, stroke and even death, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Reel-y good result for Aberdeen breast cancer research
A fundraising ceilidh has raised almost eight thousand pounds for breast cancer research here in Aberdeen.
30 years of ward dedicated to pregnancy loss
A longstanding commitment to medical research by colleagues who have joint roles across both the University and NHS Grampian is being highlighted as Aberdeen Maternity Hospital marks 30 years of having a ward dedicated to pregnancy and baby loss.
'My goal is to make a meaningful impact': How Neha plans to make a difference in mental health
Neha Gogawale is hoping to make a positive impact to people's mental health after completing a Master's in Health Data Science.
Romina's move from Mexico sees her complete 'dream' degree
After moving across the world to study at the University of Aberdeen, Romina Guzman Barron is excited to be graduating with her MSc in Molecular Medicine.
Aberdeen academics among most highly cited researchers
Leading academics from the University of Aberdeen have been included in an influential list of the world's most highly cited researchers.
ESRC announces continued investment in SGSSS Doctoral Training Partnership
The Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGSSS), the UK's largest social science Doctoral Training Partnership, has been awarded significant funding to provide PhD training across the social sciences in Scotland.
£10.6m funding award for new AI research partnership
A major new partnership that will train the next generation of scientists specialising in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to promote sustainable agriculture has received a £10.6 million funding boost.
Get hooked on fish at fin-tastic free event
Taster stalls, cookery demonstrations and a talk with the star of the BBC series 'Trawlerman' are among the attractions on the menu at a fish-themed fair taking place in Aberdeen next month.
Musculoskeletal research among work and health projects awarded share of £1.5m funding
The NIHR Work and Health Research Programme has awarded £1.5 million in funding to 13 development award projects to support health in working people.
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