Regenerative Medicine for Diabetes
Diabetes is one of the top prospects for regenerative treatment if new insulin-producing beta cells could be produced to replace the ones that disappear in patients with diabetes
Newcastle's PtD Theme Week in Dermatology will include systems biology approaches to psoriasis therapy, antigen presentation andimmune regulation in human skin, biomarkers of melanoma progression and topical treatment of nonmelanoma skin cancer
Newcastle's PtD Rheumatology week will focus on inflammatory arthritis (including rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthropathy), osteoarthritis and Sjögren’s syndrome, where the Newcastle Musculoskeletal Research Group has established an international reputation and expertise.
Lewy Body Dementia
In the UK, there is 160,000 people affected by Lewy Body Dementia and prevalence is expected to double over the next 30 years.
Newcastle University's MRC-funded Proximity to Discovery programme aims to address the ‘third translational gap’ by understanding the needs of industry partners in order to develop collaborative programmes of week-long themed activities which generate new collaborative projects and partnerships between Newcastle University and industry partners.Submit a Question to NU Solutions
In the news
Patients with cystic fibrosis-related diabetes will benefit from an international research project aimed at understanding the key reasons behind the devastating disease.
Prostate cancer patients have been offered hope after scientists at Newcastle University have identified a new group of molecules that could be targeted to slow tumour growth.
David Graham, Professor of Ecosystems Engineering at Newcastle University, is helping to shape US health policy around antibiotic resistance.
Tuesday, 31st October 2017