Announcements

Eye imaging may shed light on heart disease risk News

13th April, 2012

The University of Dundee is a key partner in a pioneering study aiming to determine whether a scan of blood vessels in the eye can identify signs of heart disease.More than 1,000 patients with suspected heart disease are to be recruited into the study. They will have high definition images taken of their retinas to check for indications - such as changes to blood vessel widths or unusually branche...

East of Scotland Research Ethics Service (EoSRES) Advert lay members vacancies News

12th April, 2012

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DCC Development Fund invites new proposals News

30th March, 2012

The Dundee Cancer Centre Development Fund is inviting new, innovative and cutting edge projects to support the aims of the Centre in cancer research, training and public engagement.The funding of up to £30,000 is available for new projects to be led by researchers and/or clinicians in NHS Tayside and the University of Dundee. The projects are welcome across the full spectrum of cancer resear...

TASC Process Map for Investigator Initiated Clinical Research NEW! News

27th March, 2012

Please click here  to acces the new TASC Process Map for Investigator Initiated Clinical Research...

Should I take aspirin? BBC news report News

23rd March, 2012

Source of article BBC news  author Fergus Walsh (medical correspondent)Should I be taking aspirin every day? It's a question that I hear frequently and I guess will hear even more often after the latest research from scientists at the University of Oxford. In a series of papers in the Lancet, the team, led by Professor Peter Rothwell found that a daily low dose of the cheap drug cut the...

TASC & Quintiles a Partnership in Practice - A Case study News

19th March, 2012

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Scientist to put patients into \'hibernation\' to treat strokesBy Eleanor Bradford News

19th March, 2012

Scotland is to play a major role in a trial of artificial hibernation to treat strokes, it has been revealed. Stroke patients from all over the UK will be offered a chance to take part in the Edinburgh University study.read more........By Eleanor Bradford BBC Scotland Health Correspondent ...

The Anne and Normile Baxter Prize for Cancer Research - nominations invited News

16th March, 2012

Nominations are invited for the Anne and Normile Baxter prize for a PhD student or a junior postdoctoral fellow to reward a significant contribution to any aspect of cancer research in Dundee.Please nominate a junior colleague and take advantage of this exceptional scheme that recognises junior researchers and their contribution(s) to cancer research in Dundee. Nominations are invited from anyone...

Researchers in Dundee find people with diabetes in Scotland keen to manage their own condition News

12th March, 2012

A new study released by Dundee University has found people with diabetes across all of Scotland's 14 health boards are choosing to get hands on with their condition by accessing and understanding their own medical records. People with diabetes in Scotland have been able to access and share medical records with doctors through an NHS portal launched in December 2010, My Diabetes My Way, which has m...

£10 million boost for neglected tropical disease research at Dundee News

7th March, 2012

Dundee, GSK and Wellcome Trust enter five-year collaboration for neglected diseasesThe University of Dundee has received over £10 million from the Wellcome Trust in the fight against some of the world's most neglected parasitic diseases, including support for a multi-million pound partnership with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to discover new drug treatments.The Drug Discovery Unit at Dundee will wo...