Latest Health and Medicine-related research news
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Sussex researchers identify unique biomarker opening the door to future developments which allow for quicker diagnosis.
HR In Excellence in Research Award goes to University of Sussex for sixth consecutive year for excellence in supporting researchers develop careers.
Patients and healthcare professionals are receiving ‘mixed messages’ about symptoms and diagnosis, according to Sussex research.
A new report, co-authored by experts at the University of Sussex, warns about the health impact of climate change on the world’s children.
Researchers have shown how network algorithms could be used improve the effectiveness of cancer treatment by predicting interactions between genes.
Researchers have discovered a new genetic defect which causes a form of intellectual disability; a finding that will improve screening programmes.
A new collaborative study involving BSMS shows a clear overall preference for face-to-face HIV testing by a healthcare professional.
Dame Lesley Fallowfield has been recognised for her leading role in advancing the science and care of breast cancer patients.
The first test to quickly and accurately predict how people will respond to leukaemia treatment has been developed by a researcher at BSMS.
Checking the heartbeat of babies in the womb is set to become more accurate and less stressful for expectant mothers.
The UK’s first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex today, Friday 15 June.
A study by University of Sussex researchers suggests that Universal Salt Iodisation increases childhood cognitive test scores.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in detailing the formation of memories that help snails find to treats and war survivors to repeat their trauma.
Disclosing sexual orientation could lead to improved healthcare, new BSMS research finds.
Scientists make significant breakthrough in understanding how the molecular machines producing key proteins in the power packs of cells are cleaned.
A study has found patients with Parkinson’s disease have more errors in the mitochondrial DNA within the brainstem, leading to increased cell death.
A ground-breaking project to help improve the care people with dementia receive now and in the future has won another top NHS award.
Scientists have solved a decade-old mystery that could lead to the development of earlier treatments for one of the world’s deadliest diseases.
A Sussex neuroscientist has come up with an inexpensive way to self-manufacture lab equipment.
The University of Sussex is to lead a multi-million pound project to treat the debilitating symptoms of Huntington’s disease.