Dr Cathy Payne, AIIHPC and HSC R&D Division Doctoral Fellow, hosted an evening to disseminate the research findings from her Active Palliative Rehabilitation in Lung Cancer (APRIL) Study and thank the PPI Representatives who had been involved in the design of her research.
A US-Ireland partnership involving researchers at Ulster University has been awarded £2.0 million to investigate the effectiveness of gastric bypass surgery.
International research aiming to explain why some people with diabetes are at higher risk than others of developing kidney failure.
World-leading researchers from Queen’s University Belfast are among a team of scientists from the USA and Ireland who are collaborating to develop a novel treatment for diabetes-related blindness.
Research undertaken as part of a Doctoral Fellowship Award provides information to healthcare professionals on the amount of vitamin D supplements that are appropriate for high-risk patient groups.
A Doctoral Fellowship research study has identified optimal techniques for X-ray imaging in children, to lower radiation dose, which is important for children’s health.
HSC R&D Division supporting Experimental Cancer Medicine in the UK
Part of HSC R&D Division’s commissioned programme: Bamford Call.
Research as part of HSC R&D Division’s commissioned programme
Early stage funding from HSC R&D Division TRG helping develop potential new treatment for Sepsis and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS).