Ever thought about donating your body?
“Donating your body for medical education isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but you’d be surprised how many people consider it."
Midwifery lecturer shines at national award ceremony
Midwifery lecturer Maxine Chapman has triumphed at a national award ceremony for her efforts to ensure culturally sensitive working practices.
Breast cancer treatment could benefit from Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence could identify patients at increased risk of side effects from radiation treatment for breast cancer
Professor receives Honorary Fellowship for his outstanding work in pain management
Professor David Lambert, Professor of Anaesthetic Pharmacology, has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the...
Major funding for Leicester will help find new cancer treatments
The search for new cancer treatments in Leicester is to receive a major funding investment of up to £2 million, providing future hope for people...
Leicester medical students win national competition on social media safety
Four medical students from Leicester Medical School have won a UK-wide competition on professionalism held by the General Medical Council (GMC)...
Increasing diversity among patients provides opportunity for empathy muscle workout
New paper by University of Leicester researcher encourages health professionals to see diversity as an opportunity as a facilitator of empathy.
Time of day matters for breast cancer treatment: new study
Risk of developing breast shrinkage (atrophy) after radiotherapy can be affected by the time of day the patient is treated and their genetics.
£8.8 million to speed up gene discoveries for lung conditions
New project aims to speed up process of finding treatments for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and pulmonary fibrosis.
University of Leicester expert’s report fuels pharmacy industry improvements
University of Leicester health expert fuels pharmacy improvements