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Dementia: why don’t we have any treatments yet?


21-Sep-2017 - So pharma companies with an eye on their profit margin are quick to withdraw investment if a drug fails to show early results

Alzheimer's disease dementia neurodegeneration UK Dementia Research Institute UK DRI 

World's most in depth study to detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease


22-Aug-2016 - will involve Movement and walking gait assessments using wearable devices Ophthalmological assessments to photograph the back of the eye

UKB brain imaging and genetics studies to 'transform' health research


10-Oct-2018 - This can result in gaze palsy a disorder which affects the movement of the eyes

Prizes for interdisciplinary team science


29-Aug-2017 - Regenerative medicine is a branch of science that aims to repair or replace damaged and diseased human cells and tissues

Regenerative medicine 

Scientists study how environmental and social change affects the spread of infection


13-Mar-2018 -   The Urban Zoo project has helped us understand the world through the eyes of pathogens that are a disease emergence risk in urbanising Africa and

Regenerative Medicine Conference highlights progress being made in fast-growing field


21-Sep-2016 - These stem cells will be converted into eye cells that will be transplanted back into patients’ eyes to preserve their sight

MRC/TSB Biomedical Catalyst Scheme: Case Study 4


16-Apr-2014 - Robin Ali Professor of human molecular genetics at the Institute of Ophthalmology UCL said “The eye is a particularly good target for gene therapy

Half a million Britons join world’s most detailed health study


07-Jul-2010 - The study includes the most detailed collection of data ever undertaken on eyes and information on diet fitness bone density lung function and grip

Working at the edge: a Q&A with Doug Turnbull


03-Dec-2012 - This has really opened my eyes and we& 8217;ve taken an active role in explaining things to the public and particularly to our patients

mitochondrial disease mitochondrial transfer 

MRC-funded work behind pharma involvement in potential stem cell therapy


24-Apr-2009 - The goal is to replace cells essential for “seeing” lost through disease at the back of the eye