Academics from across Lancaster University are coming together on a ground-breaking £20m initiative using data and technology in revolutionary ways to improve patient care and ultimately save lives in the North of England.
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.
Seven medical students have travelled to Sri Lanka as part of plans to create a healthcare project for children.
Lancaster Medical School is one of the UK's top ten performers for training doctors in this year's National Student Survey.
Using data from the largest ever genetic study of schizophrenia, researchers have shed light on the role of the immune system.
Researchers have identified a gene variant which explains why some patients with Parkinson’s Disease respond well to drug treatment and other do not.
The London Fire Brigade is only able to respond to less than half of calls within its six minute target following the closure of 10 stations.
Two medical students are already influencing the British Medical Association by proposing ethical decision making guidance in every hospital.
Irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome and anorexia nervosa may all have a common origin according to researchers.
Laura Grace, who is studying for a PhD in Medicine, has attended Parliament to present her biomedical research to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of SET for Britain.