Lancaster University will play an important part in the region’s efforts to tackle dementia.
The first effective web-based treatment for Bipolar Disorder based on the latest research evidence has been developed by psychologists.
Humans may be exposed to bacteria linked with Crohn’s disease through fine spray from showers and rivers according to research led by Lancaster University.
The Leishmania parasite, which causes the human disease leishmaniasis, acts as a probiotic in the insect that transmits it to humans, protecting them from bacterial disease.
Lancaster University is working on a major project that will help people to live longer and healthier lives thanks to a £17 million Government funding announcement.
Lancaster University is supporting a Trust’s doctors to develop as leaders and influence improvement in the NHS through a unique bespoke collaborative approach.
Congratulations to Professor Anne Garden (LMS) who has received an MBE for services to Medical Education.
Lancaster University is leading a study aimed at reducing self-harm and suicide among young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or questioning.
Lancaster has been ranked ninth in the UK for Biosciences, in the Guardian University Guide 2015.
People who have limited mental capacity need better help with making decisions according to a clinical psychologist at Lancaster University.