Green spaces good for grey matter
The University of Edinburgh

Walking between busy urban environments and green spaces triggers changes in levels of excitement, engagement and frustration in the brain, a study ha..Read More

Student Profiles
University of Oxford

The Graduate Studies Committee awards prizes each year to current or recently graduated students of NDM supervisors on the basis of their publication ..Read More

Maternal Age May Be Associated with Longevity
Northwestern University

A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health, found that women who had children at an older age were more likely to live a longer..Read More

Women Report Poorer Health Across the Globe
Northwestern University

A recent study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) found that women in countries across the globe, report being in poorer health than men..Read More

Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics
University of Oxford

This year's Dementia Awareness Day was held at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford on the morning of Saturday March 19th, to coincide with  Brain Aw..Read More

NDORMS student wins top American young scientist award
University of Oxford

Pradeep Kumar Sacitharan picked up the new investigator award at the American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) annual meeting held in Atla..Read More

Kennedy student wins top American young scientist award
University of Oxford

Pradeep Kumar Sacitharan picked up the new investigator award at the American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) annual meeting held in Atla..Read More

Past summits and briefings
The Royal Society of Medicine

The Royal Society of Medicine's Medical Innovation Summits has hosted a superb array of innovative and thought provoking speakers since the programme ..Read More

Anya Topiwala wins the Gosling Fellowship
University of Oxford

Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry, Anya Topiwala, at the University of Oxford wins this prestigious award. Anya Topiwala, Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatr..Read More

Oxford Dementia Research Day: 16 July 2015
University of Oxford

The second Oxford Dementia Research Day was held on Thursday, 16th July 2015 at St John’s College, Oxford. Thanks to all of our speakers and to everyo..Read More

Oxford Memory Research Day: 13th July 2016
University of Oxford

Registration is now open for the annual Oxford Research day which is jointly organised by OxDARE and ARUK Oxford Local Network. The theme this year is..Read More

Paul Bolam is named Dana/EDAB Neuroscience Outreach Champion 2016
University of Oxford

We are delighted to announce that Associate Unit member Professor Paul Bolam has been named the Dana/EDAB Neuroscience Outreach Champion, also known a..Read More

Four projects to share 143 Million from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation | News | News | Karolinska Institutet
Karolinska Institutet

Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) has granted SEK 143 Million for a period of five years to four research projects at Karolinska Institutet, ..Read More

Kennedy DPhil student wins best oral talk at national conference
University of Oxford

Pradeep Kumar Sacitharan won the best oral communication award at the Bone Research Society Annual Meeting. Pradeep's research talk highlighted his DP..Read More

Dr Daniel Puleston awarded Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship
University of Oxford

Dr Daniel Puleston has been awarded a four year Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship. The fellowship is designed to help promising early stage r..Read More

European award to Kennedy DPhil student
University of Oxford

Pradeep Kumar Sacitharan has won the European Calcified Tissue Society (ECTS) New Investigator Award at their annual conference in Rome, Italy. ECTS i..Read More

New vision announced for the RSM’s Global Health programme
The Royal Society of Medicine

Tuesday 9 August 2016 The RSM has formed a new partnership with the King’s Centre for Global Health (KCGH) at King’s College London to deliver an enha..Read More

Postdoc wins Korenchevsky award at British Society for Research on Ageing Annual meeting
University of Oxford

Congrats @totanola 4 winning Korenchevsky award 4 her talk on chromatin modifiers and #ageing! #BSRA2016 #wormies Karolina Chocian (Woollard lab) won ..Read More

The NHS and the Church of England
University of Oxford

Politicians are more than anxious over negative public opinion on the National Health Service, falling over backwards to say that the NHS is “safe in ..Read More

Could fish oils or aspirin delay dementia?
University of Oxford

On World Alzheimer's Day (21 September), Oxford scientists are beginning a new study in the battle to beat the increasing issue of dementia. Dementia ..Read More

Hitching a ride: misfiring drugs hit the wrong targets
University of Oxford

It probably isn't surprising to read that pharmaceutical drugs don't always do what they're supposed to. Adverse side effects are a well-known phenome..Read More

Dementia: Catching the memory thief
University of Cambridge

You may have heard of the ‘dementia tsunami’. It’s heading our way. As our population ages, the number of cases of dementia is set to rocket, overwhel..Read More

Bone-shaking tech inspired by hunt for gravitational waves could transform bone graft therapies
The Royal Society

Scientists have designed tech to grow 3D bone in the lab without chemicals or drugs- just vibration. The team, from the University of the West of Scot..Read More

Peter Berggren is awarded the Håkan Mogren Prize | News | News | Karolinska Institutet
Karolinska Institutet

The Håkan Mogren Foundation has awarded its 2016 medical scholarship in recognition of – and for the advancement of – efforts for human well-being to ..Read More

From labs to legislation
Medical Research Council

Elly Tyler, a PhD student from Queen Mary University of London, has taken a break from her research to learn about the world of science policy, as an ..Read More

In vivo visualisation and quantification of the circadian clock protein Period2
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Circadian clocks are found across all higher species, controlling daily rhythms of behaviour and physiology. They are thought to “tick” by producing a..Read More

World's most in depth study aims to detect early signs of Alzheimer's
Imperial College London

A new multimillion pound study will see the most rigorous series of tests to detect Alzheimer's disease ever performed on volunteers. The Deep and Fre..Read More

Regional Hospitals Showcase Breakthroughs in Healthcare Delivery at HIMSS Asiapac16

A global platform to recognize outstanding achievements and innovations in the use of health information and technology to advance patient care and sa..Read More

Maturitas Publishes New Model of Care for Healthy Menopause and Ageing

A new position statement by the European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) published in the journal provides a holistic model of care for health..Read More

Getting our Heads Around Talking about Alzheimer’s
University of Pennsylvania

A missed credit card payment.  Forgetting why you entered a room. Misplacing your keys. Not being able to remember someone’s name. Sound familiar? Pro..Read More

Declining dopamine may explain why older people take fewer risks
UCL News

Older people are less willing to take risks for potential rewards and this may be due to declining levels of dopamine in the brain, finds a new UCL st..Read More

New equation reveals how other people’s fortunes affect our happiness
UCL News

A new equation, showing how our happiness depends not only on what happens to us but also how this compares to other people, has been developed by UCL..Read More

UGA chemistry discovery could have major medical implications

Athens, Ga. - The study of an oxygen-sensing bacterial regulatory protein by chemistry researchers at the University of Georgia has provided molecular..Read More