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Within the Faculty of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences, our research groups aim to provide quality research evidence that will inform clinical practice and Health Policy, resulting in real differences to the lives of patients and the public. We have developed strong links with health organisations at local, regional and national levels, as well as academic institutions in the UK, Europe and the USA.

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    Two Commonwealth research scholars join Professor Kamalinder Singh’s lab on prestigious award by the DFID

    Two new members join Professor Kamalinder Singh’s research group in the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences on a prestigious Split site PhD Commonwealth Scholarship, funded by the Department for International development.  The amount awarded for the two fellowships for the year-long project is £73,165 (which equates to £ 26,400 student allowance plus £46,765 tuition and […]

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    Dr Tamara Zwain presents work at the the Early Career Researcher’s Meeting

    Dr Tamara Zwain from the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences presented her work on ‘’Development of selective novel DNA functionalised nanostructure lipid carrier formulation for targeted glioblastoma therapy with enhanced permeability through a 3D in-vitro BBB model and penetration of 3D spheroids’’ at the Early Career Researcher’s Meeting at Glasgow hosted by The University […]

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    Dr Shalini Kanagasingam awarded the TC White ‘Young Researcher Award’

    Dr Shalini Kanagasingam from the School of Dentistry has been awarded the TC White ‘Young Researcher Award’ for £10,000 from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. She will use the grant to further her work with Dr Sim Singhrao into the importance of endo-perio lesions in the development of tau-neurofibrillary tangles in […]

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    Award winners in the School of Dentistry

    Dr Shalini Kanagasingam and Dr Sim Singhrao from the School of Dentistry were awarded an initial Oral and Dental Research Trust, Oral Health Innovation-ODRT OHI- (PreViser) Award of £4,907.00 in May 2018 and a follow up award of £5000 (together with Emeritus Prof RR Welbury) in April 2019 to study the Role of periodontal/endodontic pathogens […]

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    UCLan academic invited to present at the Society for Neuroscience (USA) annual meeting 2019

    Dr Vassilis Beglopoulos, Lecturer in Neuroscience in the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences has been offered the opportunity to present part of his group’s latest research on Alzheimer’s disease with an oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (USA) in Chicago, on 19-23 October 2019. Vassilis’ talk will be entitled […]

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    UCLan professor conducts independent review for British Pharmacological Society

    Professor John McLachlan from the School of Medicine has been selected to conduct national review of the Prescribing Safety Assessment for the British Pharmacological Society.  The Prescribing Safety Assessment is the online assessment of competency in the safe and effective prescribing of medicines, taken by final-year medical students and by overseas graduates coming to the […]

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    UCLan Dental Professor made CBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours

    Professor of Paediatric Dentistry Richard Welbury  has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his dedication to a career spanning more than 40 years.  In June 2019 he was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for “services to paediatric dentistry, dental education and safeguarding of children.”  Read full story. Tweet

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    GL Brown Physiological Society Lecture given at UCLan

    On Friday 31 May 2019 Dame Pamela Shaw gave the GL Brown Physiological Society Lecture entitled “Tackling the pathophysiology of motor neuron disease: a translational approach” where she detailed new molecular treatments that appear to work in both mice models and human clinical trials. The lecture was very well attended and Dame Pamela was taken […]

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