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Health - 10:05
Multimillion pound project will see AI remixing radio to help people living with dementia
Multimillion pound project will see AI remixing radio to help people living with dementia
Radio listeners are used to getting information about the travel and weather - but now they could get personalised medical support, thanks to an innovative new scheme.

Pharmacology - Health - 16.05.2019
Novartis data at ASCO and EHA demonstrate novel approaches to reimagining medicine in cancer and serious blood disorders
Overall survival results from MONALEESA-7 with Kisqali (ribociclib)* plus endocrine therapy in premenopausal women with HR+/HER2- advanced breast cancer, to be presented at ASCO   Primary results of

Health - Psychology - 16.05.2019
First manual on child blast injuries launched by Imperial and Save the Children
First manual on child blast injuries launched by Imperial and Save the Children
A coalition of British doctors, researchers and charities has launched the world's first guide for treating children severely injured by explosives.

Health - Life Sciences - 16.05.2019
"Body & Brain" under one roof
The name speaks for itself: what the experts at the planned "Body & Brain Institute Münster" (BBIM) want to do is to investigate diseases and their origins from the point of view of the interaction between the brain and the body.

Health - Psychology - 16.05.2019
Yale launches new policy lab to elevate mental health and disrupt poverty
Children born in poverty often experience negative consequences over the course of their lives and pass on the same disadvantages to their own children.

Health - Event - 16.05.2019

Health - 16.05.2019
Flu Prevention in Switzerland
Flu Prevention in Switzerland
A nationwide systematic survey of 97 organisations carried out by Swiss TPH shows that authorities, hospitals, institutions and organisations in Switzerland have long been committed to efforts against the flu.

Health - Pharmacology - 16.05.2019
Roche’s personalised medicine entrectinib shrank tumours harbouring NTRK, ROS1 or ALK gene fusions in children and adolescents
Phase I/II study of entrectinib, an investigational medicine, showed responses in all paediatric tumour types harbouring neurotrophic tyrosine receptor kinase (NTRK), ROS1 or anaplastic lymphoma kina

Pharmacology - Health - 16.05.2019
Roche announces FDA approval for Venclexta plus Gazyva for people with previously untreated chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
Fixed 12-month treatment with Venclexta plus Gazyva significantly reduced risk of disease progression or death by 67% compared to a current standard-of-care Approval for expanded use of Venclexta off

Administration - Health - 15.05.2019
Transfer of EU powers leads to silent erosion of UK pesticide regulation
Transfer of EU powers leads to silent erosion of UK pesticide regulation
New analysis by the UK Trade Policy Observatory is warning that what should have been the technical formality of transferring EU powers into national law when the UK leaves the European Union, could

Health - 15.05.2019
Test yourself against real surgeons in a giant game of Operation
Surgeons from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) will be challenging passers-by to a giant game of Operation in Clifton Down Shopping Centre, Whiteladies Road, on Monday 20 May from 9am-4pm to mark International Clinical Trials Day.

Health - Life Sciences - 15.05.2019
Triple major Pouya Amin is one step closer to becoming a medical scientist
Growing up, Pouya Amin lived in a two-story house with his parents and grandparents in Tehran, Iran. His aunts and uncles were always coming through to visit.

Health - 15.05.2019
UofG medical family record uncovered for Australian Who Do You Think You Are?
Australian actress Marta Dusseldrop at the University of Glasgow's Archives. Credit Who Do You Think You Are?

Health - Social Sciences - 14.05.2019
Incarceration for low-level drug crimes rapidly spreading TB in Brazil
Increasing rates of drug-related incarcerations are perpetuating tuberculosis (TB) infection among Brazil's general population, a new report, Reservoirs of Injustice, from the Yale Global Health Justice Partnership (GHJP) at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale Law School finds.

Health - Pharmacology - 14.05.2019
New Roche test aids clinicians in accelerating tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment by detecting antimicrobial resistance within the world’s leading cause of infectious disease deaths
New tests on cobas 6800/8800 systems provide clinicians information to help speed treatment and reduce the spread of infection Rising challenge of drug resistance compounds the tuberculosis global health crisis Mycobacteria test menu allows detection of tuberculosis, drug resistant tuberculosis and nontuberculous mycobacteria infections from single patient sample Roche today announced the CE-IVD launch of the cobas MTB-RIF/INH test to detect resistance to antibiotics within tuberculosis DNA.

Health - 14.05.2019
Roche and Spark Therapeutics, Inc. announce expected refiling date of Premerger Notification and Report Forms under the HSR Act and extension of tender offer for shares of Spark Therapeutics, Inc
Parties elect to refile Premerger Notification and Report Forms on or about 23 May 2019 to provide the government with additional time to complete its current review Roche and Spark Therapeutics, Inc.

Health - Life Sciences - 14.05.2019
3D printing to save dogs' day
3D printing to save dogs’ day
3D printed models of dog skulls are helping University of Queensland vets to save animals and educate tomorrow's veterinary students.

Health - Pharmacology - 14.05.2019
Major UK clinical trial for Group B Strep screening in pregnant women announced
A landmark clinical trial is aiming to improve the prevention of potentially life-threatening infection caused by group B Streptococcus in newborn babies in the UK.

Health - Career - 13.05.2019
Overhaul of clinical training in Scotland to help retain women in the field
Scottish science is set to receive a multimillion pound boost to transform training for doctors who undertake cancer research - and help retain women scientists in the field.

Health - Business / Economics - 10.05.2019
YSPH collaborating with China to develop new medical payment models
Improving China's medical payment models was the topic of discussion when Yale School of Public Health Dean Sten H. Vermund traveled to Beijing in January 2019 to meet with officials from China's National Health Commission as part of the country's ongoing healthcare reform efforts.

Health - Life Sciences - 10.05.2019
1 in 4 cats and 1 in 7 dogs carrying fleas with high levels of bacteria, finds Big Flea Project
1 in 4 cats and 1 in 7 dogs carrying fleas with high levels of bacteria, finds Big Flea Project
As many as 1 in 4 cats and 1 in 7 dogs are carrying fleas, and about 11 per cent of these fleas are infected with potentially pathogenic bacteria, according to a large-scale analysis of owned animals in the UK.

Health - Materials Science - 10.05.2019
Double dipping: Dual-action ’slippery’ catheter fights bacteria
A super-slippery coating being developed at a University of Wisconsin-Madison lab could benefit medical catheters, factory equipment, and even someday, oil tankers.

Chemistry - Health - 10.05.2019
Biofabrication: New Research Center
Biofabrication: New Research Center
The University of Würzburg plans to build a "Center of Polymers for Life". Rating the new project as excellent, the German Council of Science and Humanities has recommended its implementation.

Pharmacology - Health - 10.05.2019
Novartis data at AAN show Gilenya is the first and only disease-modifying therapy with proven superiority versus glatiramer acetate in relapsing remitting MS
Full results from the ASSESS study demonstrate patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) taking Gilenya  (fingolimod) 0.5mg had significantly fewer relapses than patients taking glatiramer acetate 20mg Gilenya showed significant superiority versus glatiramer acetate in other key measures of disease activity, such as brain lesions   There were more discontinuations on glatiramer acetate compared to Gilenya reinforcing Gil

Pharmacology - Health - 10.05.2019
Roche to present new data highlighting comprehensive approach to cancer care at 2019 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting
Study results across 17 medicines reflect our commitment to personalised care with advances in targeted therapies, immunotherapy, and diagnostics, data and analytics New pivotal data on fixed-duratio

Health - Music - 09.05.2019
Art transforms the trauma of illness for teens
It was an unusual scene in the Donald J. Cohen Auditorium at the Child Study Center on May 7.

Health - Career - 09.05.2019
Workplace-based smoking cessation program helps Yale Hospitality employees
Joanne Ursini didn't need help from a nicotine patch or stick of chewing gum to quit smoking. She could just stop, whenever she wanted to, even after having smoked off and on for 35 years.

Health - Music - 09.05.2019
Art transform the trauma of illness for teens
It was an unusual scene in the Donald J. Cohen Auditorium at the Child Study Center on May 7.

Life Sciences - Health - 09.05.2019
Inflamed monkey guts produce Parkinson’s-related proteins
Common marmosets at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center. A new study found that marmosets whose medical histories included inflamed colons had more of a Parkinson's disease-related protein in their intestines. Photo: Jordana Lenon / WNPRC The intestinal linings of monkeys with inflamed bowels show chemical alterations similar to abnormal protein deposits in the brains of Parkinson's patients, lending support to the idea that inflammation may play a key role in the development of the degenerative neurological disorder.

Social Sciences - Health - 09.05.2019

Health - Administration - 09.05.2019
UofG shares in funding for leading disease prevention projects
Two University of Glasgow projects have gained awards in the first ever round of funding by the UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP).

Health - Career - 08.05.2019
National Cancer Center partnership expected to advance research at Yale
A new partnership with the National Cancer Center of China will provide new opportunities for collaborative research, clinical trials and workforce training at the Yale School of Public Health, Yale Cancer Center and Yale Institute for Global Health.
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