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Amphibian foam used for drug delivery for first time
The research, involving three regional universities could help to combat the rise of antimicrobial resistance which occurs when bacteria changes over time and no longer responds to medicines.
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GCU researchers helping people with leg pain
Five researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University have launched an 18-month project investigating new ways to help people with leg pain known as intermittent claudication.
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Major names in climate change to speak at GCU World Forum
The event, organised by GCU’s Centre for Climate Justice, will take place two months before global leaders meet in Glasgow during COP26 and will recognise the need to incorporate climate justice into global climate governance and the post-COVID-19 recovery.
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GCU using Virtual Reality to revolutionise kidney dialysis training
Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University are working on a ground breaking Virtual Reality tool that could revolutionise the way nurses, children on kidney dialysis and their families are trained.
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GCU researcher helps to inform country’s first Women’s Health Plan
Community engaged researcher Dr Ima Jackson has helped to inform Scotland’s first Women’s Health Plan which, includes a commitment to reduce waiting times for diagnosing endometriosis from over eight years to less than 12 months, offers individual care plans after a woman’s first miscarriage and widen access to specialist menopause…
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GCU scientists reveal blueprint to help eliminate Hepatitis-C
Scientists have revealed a new method of delivering hepatitis C testing and treatment to people who inject drugs which will help bring the world a step closer to eliminating the virus.
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GCU Honorary Professor clinches top government health job
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) Honorary Professor Nicola Steedman has just been appointed Deputy Chief Medical Officer by the Scottish Government.
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Major international accolade for GCU PhD student
Ross Kincaird, a Glasgow Caledonian University sexual health and blood borne viruses doctoral student has won a prestigious American STD Association (ASTDA) Award for his research presentation at a worldwide conference.
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