The Competition for the Bionow Awards 2016 is now open and closes on 21 October 2016.
Live Brazilian sandflies which transmit a tropical disease were on display at our Open Day in the Faculty of Health and Medicine.
Dr Adam Taylor has been nominated for the 2016 'RARE Champion of Hope in Science Award' for his work into Alkaptonuria, a rare genetic disease.
The quality of life for people with advanced dementia could be improved through a £500,000 research project.
Tiny magnetic particles from air pollution have for the first time been discovered to be lodged in human brains– and researchers think they could be a possible cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
Seven medical students have travelled to Sri Lanka as part of plans to create a healthcare project for children.
On September 22nd and 23rd, the Chief Scientific Advisor to the Department of Health, Professor Chris Whitty and his Private Scientific Secretary, Alexandra Lee visited the University.
Lancaster Medical School is one of the UK's top ten performers for training doctors in this year's National Student Survey.
New blood-testing technology that promises to improve healthcare treatments for cancer patients, post-operative care and monitor the health of babies in the womb is being developed by Lancaster academics.
A 'one-stop shop' is to be launched in Lancaster, offering information, advice and practical support to those concerned about dementia.