Biomedical research center opens in Liverpool
Scientists at the University of Liverpool
will launch a new national research centre to further understanding into infections such as HIV and tuberculosis.
The Centre, which will be opened by Sir William Stewart, Chairman of the Health Protection Agency, is one of 12 in the country to be funded...
Racists Attack Indian Nurses in Liverpool
Nurses from India working in hospitals in north Liverpool
have recently been attacked by racist thugs, leaving them terrified to move out of their flats//, according to reports from Liverpool.
Four blocks of flats in Falconhall Road, Fazakerley, where the nurses recruited by the National Heal...
LSTM leads project to develop HIV/AIDS strategy for Libya
School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) is leading a project to provide technical assistance to the Libyan government to finalise the development of a nati...
Anti-epilepsy drug risk on cognitive function for unborn children
... LIVERPOOL, UK 21 July 2009: Interim results of a study being conducted by scientists at the University of liverpool
suggest that children aged three years and younger, who are born to women taking the anti-epileptic drug sodium valproate whilst pregnant, are likely ...
Liverpool to strengthen health research in Africa
... Researchers at the liverpool
School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) and the University of liverpool
will work with universities across Africa as part of a 30 million initiativ...
Avastin Shows No Benefit Against Early Stage Colon Cancer
...ave fewer side effects, which is "extremely important," said study lead author Dr. John Neoptolemos, head of surgery and oncology at the University of liverpool
in Great Britain. "There had been a tendency to reject 5-FU/FA and now it's very much back on stage," he said at the press conference.
And the sta...
MiP Consortium awarded 11 million by EDCTP
... Malaria in Pregnancy (MiP) Consortium, led by the liverpool
School of Tropical Medicine, has been awarded 11 m...earch in Africa. The three grant recipients the liverpool
School of Tropical Medicine, the Barcelona Center ...y improved control of malaria in pregnancy.
School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) has been awarde...
£2.8 million grant to raise standards in maternal and newborn health
... The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the liverpool
School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) have been awarded 2.8m to improve maternal and newborn health in five target countries - Zimbabwe, Kenya, Banglades...
Study shows how Salmonella survives in environment
... Scientists at the University of liverpool
have demonstrated how a single-celled organism, living freely in the environment, could be a source of Salmonella transmission to animals and humans...
Kenya Government Appoints Emergency Health Workers to Permanent Positions
... by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is implemented by IntraHealth International and partners IMA World Health, Jhpiego, liverpool
Associates in Tropical Health (LATH), Management Sciences for Health (MSH), PATH, and Training Resources Group, Inc. (TRG). The Project helps developi...
Liverpool in Medical Technology
Liverpool in Medical Products
EasyFlo™ Uroflowmetry System
Description:... seconds elapses with no urine flow. There is no need to have personnel present to switch off the device. Each patients result is then placed into the liverpool
nomogram for comparison against the normal population and all results are printed....
Liverpool in Medical Dictionary
...netic disease alkaptonuria . ... WELCOME TO THE ALKAPTONURIA SOCIETY WEBSITE ... The Alkaptonuria Society is funding research at the Royal liverpool
University ... The diagnosis of alkaptonuria is based on the detection of a ... Alkaptonuria is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner...
Liverpool in Biological News
University of Liverpool awarded $3.3 million for genomics hub
LIVERPOOL, UK 13 May 2009: The University of Liverpool
has been awarded 2.2 million to establish a high-throughput genomic analysis hub for the North of England.
The funding comprising 2 million from the Medical Research Council (MRC) and 200,000 from the Northwest Regional Development Agenc...
Scientists discover Amazon river is 11 million years old
... LIVERPOOL, UK 29 July 2009: Researchers at the University of liverpool
have discovered that the Amazon river, and its transcontinental drainage, i...ld and took its present shape about 2.4 million years ago.
University of liverpool
researchers, in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam and Petrobra...
'Invisibility cloak' could protect against earthquakes
... LIVERPOOL, UK 20 July 2009: Research at the University of liverpool
has shown it is possible to develop an 'invisibility cloak' to protect buildings from earthquakes.
The seismic waves produced by earthquakes inclu...
Natural-born divers and the molecular traces of evolution
... mammals initiated their return to the oceans, their physiology had to adapt radically to the new medium. Dr. Michael Berenbrink and his colleagues at liverpool
University have been studying how myoglobin, the molecule responsible for delivering oxygen to the muscles during locomotion, has been modified in sea...
International Serious Adverse Events Consortium announces initial study results in its global research collaboration to identify genetic markers related to drug induced liver injury
...by the UK-based DILIGEN network, led by Professor Ann Daly and colleagues at Newcastle University, but also involving researchers at the University of liverpool
and at Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Patients respond differently to medicines, and all medicines can have adverse effects in some people. Th...
Major funding to help cut CO2 emissions
...ive to chemical absorption using amines in post-combustion capture systems. The other participants are the University of Birmingham, the University of liverpool
and University College London.
The University of Nottingham will also be collaborating with Newcastle University to address some of the technical ...
$1.6 million grant to lead development of resistance-detecting field kit
School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) has been awarded a 1.1m grant by the US National Institutes of Health to lead a five year project to develop a Fiel...
University awarded £1.7M to develop nanotechnology for use in health care
... Scientists at the University of liverpool
have been awarded 1.7 million to investigate how nanotechnology could be used to improve the effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs.
Fireflies and jellyfish help illuminate quest for cause of infertility
...lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, as well as in the inflammation of cells and tissues.
Scientists from the Universities of Edinburgh, Manchester and liverpool
harnessed firefly and jellyfish genes, which enable these creatures to emit light, and used them to create a chemical reaction to light up cells expre...
Antibody key to treating variant CJD, scientists find
... Scientists at the University of liverpool
have determined the atomic structure of the 'binding' between a brain prote...rstand the 'connection' between the antibody and the protein, scientists at liverpool
used X-ray crystallography technology to build a three-dimensional picture ...
Liverpool in Biological Technology
It's raining pentagons
...itz Haber Institute, Berlin, and the University of liverpool
have discovered a natural nanoscale ice structure ... a team of experimentalists from the University of liverpool
(lead by Professor Andrew Hodgson) to examine ice ... well defined, atomically flat copper surface. The liverpool
group performed scanning tunneling microscopy expe...
Mosquito genes linked to insecticide resistance may be new target in fight against malaria
...study, an international team of scientists led by Dr. Charles Wondji of the liverpool
School of Tropical Medical has identified the genetic basis of resistance t... that are associated with pyrethroid resistance. Dr. Hilary Ranson of the liverpool
School of Tropical Medicine, a co-author of the study, explained that what ...
January 2009 - Rahu Appoints David Greensmith to Non Executive Directo
David holds a number of other non executive positions including Chairman
of One Central Park, Chairman liverpool
Associates in Tropical Health,
Chairman of MatOx Ltd and Non Exec Director of the Warwick International
Commenting on the appointmen...
Xceleron Names Michael Butler as President & CEO
...him in growing the business."
Dr. Butler received a BS with honors from Heriot Watt University and earned his Ph.D. from the University of liverpool
Leveraging proprietary methods and an ultra-sensitive analytical technology platform, Xceleron delivers the earliest p...
Tsunami invisibility cloak, dark energy v. the void, sorting nanotubes with light, and more
... collaboration of physicists from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and Aix-Marseille Universite in France and the University of liverpool
in England have conducted laboratory experiments showing that it's possible to make type of dike that acts as an invisibility cloak that hides off-sho...
Medicsight to Present at Piper Jaffray Annual Europe Conference
...t the Piper Jaffray
Third Annual Europe Conference on Tuesday 24th June.
The conference will be held from 8:20 am to 4:00 pm at the ANdAZ
London, 40 liverpool
Street, London, England, EC2M 7QN. Medicsight will be
presenting at 8:40 am Eastern Standard Time (1:40 pm local time) in the
Minories room on the sec...
Bouncing bucky balls
...at they may be useful as lubricants for use in automobile brakes. Now a team of researchers at the University of Bologna (Italy) and the University of liverpool
(UK) have carried out detailed molecular dynamics simulations to understand the motion of bucky balls on metal surfaces.
Francesco Zerbetto and Gilb...
First European IGRT School Takes Place for Radiotherapy Practitioners in UK
...trained to use the
latest and most precise radiotherapy technologies available to radiation
oncologists. Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology (CCO) near liverpool
is the venue for
the first event of its kind, taking place at the hospital and at nearby
Thornton Hall Hotel over the next three days. Attendees at th...
Covance Appoints Co-Presidents for Early Development Services
... management roles at Eli Lilly & Co., Schering-Plough Corp. and Aventis SA. He holds a BSc in Theoretical Physics and an M.B.A. from the University of liverpool
in the United Kingdom.
Barr joined Covance in 2000 as vice president and general manager of Laboratories, North America. Before joining Covance, he...
Want to squeeze U.S. pharmaceutical companies? Be careful what you ask for
...spital in Memphis told the Associated Press. When you're relying on two manufacturers ... and one goes down, you're up the creek.
Chiron bought the liverpool
plant in 2003 from Powderject, a British firm that also owned a facility in Madison (since shut down). Chiron executives believed they could quickly r...
Liverpool in Biological Definition
Har Gobind Khorana
...2 ) is a molecular biologist .
Khorana was born in Raipur (at that time India , now Pakistan ). In 1945, he began studies at the University of liverpool
. After earning a Ph. D., he spend a postdoc year in Zrich (1948-49). He then returned to England and worked at Cambridge until 1952. He married...