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GCU researcher inspired by mum to tackle chronic pain in the workplace
A health researcher at Glasgow Caledonian University was inspired to launch a study into tackling the problem of chronic pain in the workplace after witnessing his mum’s suffering for years.
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Glasgow firms behind cutting-edge tech helping examine brain disorders
Two Glasgow businesses are behind new brain scanning technology that could lead to ground-breaking research into brain disorders such as schizophrenia.
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GCU takes first step in tackling foot ulcers and amputation in areas of multiple deprivation in Scotland
Podiatry researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University have been awarded £299,751 to tackle diabetes-related foot ulceration, particularly in areas of multiple deprivation in Scotland, using a new approach based on motivational interviewing.
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Strathclyde partnership to develop low-cost biosensor to identify heart attack patients
A collaboration between academia, a UK metrology institute and the NHS has been awarded funding to develop a rapid low-cost sensor for use by paramedics and in ambulances to detect heart attack victims more quickly.
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Glasgow AI-powered X-ray for earlier detection of lung cancer
An AI-enhanced chest X-ray reporting solution has begun trials in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde with the aim of improving early detection of lung cancer.
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Multi-million-pound funding boost for medical device innovation in Scotland
Researchers from the James Watt School of Engineering have welcomed news that a medical device consortium supported by the University of Glasgow has secured significant new funding.
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Strathclyde £1.2m programme to improve health and reduce inequalities in Scotland
The Fraser of Allander Institute and the Centre for Health Policy at the University of Strathclyde have been awarded £1.2 million to establish a new policy and research unit as part of a major programme of work to improve health and tackle inequalities in Scotland.
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World-class health innovation hub to be built in Govan
The University of Glasgow and Kadans Science Partner, supported by Scottish Enterprise, are delighted to announce the construction of a new Health Innovation Hub in Govan, setting the stage for a thriving life sciences cluster in the area
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