University of Leicester experts set to launch global health research project in Nepal
A £10 million project lead by experts from the University of Leicester to improve healthcare in the subcontinent has taken a step forward with a...
Biggest leap in identified lung health genes paves way for personalised risk score
New Nature Genetics study led by Universities of Leicester and Nottingham finds over 500 genes linked to lung health, providing new targets for...
University of Leicester scientist takes cancer biomarker research to Parliament
PhD student at the Leicester Cancer Research Centre, Tumie Ntereke, presents her work to politicians and expert judges on 6 March
Views sought on health and social care research
People from ethnic minority backgrounds living in Leicestershire have the opportunity to shape the future of research into health and social care...
Academy recognises Leicester academic’s healthcare expertise
A prominent healthcare academic at the University of Leicester has been recognised as an expert in her field by the Academy of Social Sciences.
Pharmacists based within care homes make them safer for residents, research shows
Research by the University of Leicester has shown that basing pharmacies in care homes makes them safer for residents.
University of Leicester expertise developing app to map disease spread in finest detail
Researchers at Leicester are beginning a project to make fine resolution data on disease cases accessible for public health bodies.
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...
Chief Scientific Adviser pays tribute to University of Leicester’s world-leading research, impact, and COVID-19 response during visit
Sir Patrick Vallance, the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, recently visited the University of Leicester to find out more about its research...
Parents and researchers share insights at University of Leicester for World Prematurity Day
University of Leicester invites parents, teachers and professionals to ‘The educational needs of children born preterm’ on Thursday 17 November.