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University secures £2.6 million contract to remain as centre of excellence

11 July 2014

The University of Southampton has been awarded significant funding to remain at the forefront of how clinical guidance and policy is made.


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Southampton Alumni wins 'Best in Wales' award

11 July 2014

Dr Aradhana Ingley, an SAS doctor in the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board, and a paediatrician in Ysbty Glan Clwyd, has received Wales Deanery's the 'Best Trainers of the Year Award', for her dedicated work to training the next generation of medical professionals in Wales.


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Professor Alan A Jackson receives two marks of recognition for the nutrition related work carried out from Southampton

11 July 2014

Professor Alan Jackson has been invited to be the 2014 recipient of the Nevin Scrimshaw Award for Distinguished Services to Nutrition by the Africa Nutrition Society at the 6th Africa Nutritional Epidemiology Conference to be held in Ghana in July.


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LifeLab Showcase 2014

11 July 2014

The annual LifeLab Showcase was held on Wednesday 2 July with local school students presenting to an audience including the University and hospital, representatives from both Southampton Portsmouth City Councils, representatives from local primary and secondary schools and representatives from schools/colleges who have participated in the LifeLab programme this year.


Southampton researchers amongst the world’s ‘most influential scientific minds’

10 July 2014

A number of cutting-edge researchers from the University of Southampton have been named amongst the world’s most frequently cited, according to a new publication from Thomson Reuters.


Hertfordshire people help make new medical discoveries

10 July 2014

Research by the University of Southampton, which is supported by Hertfordshire residents, is discovering new information about our bones and muscle mass in later life.


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Patients with severe ME have little or no access to specialist treatment services

2 July 2014

One in three severely affected adults with ME, otherwise known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), have no access to local specialist services, new research has shown.


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LifeLab gets royal seal of approval

27 June 2014

The University of Southampton welcomed HRH The Countess of Wessex to LifeLab on Friday 27 June to officially open the facility that aims to empower school students to take more control over their health.


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Following the molecular footsteps that lead to oesophageal cancer

22 June 2014

A new diagnostic test may be around the corner thanks to the discovery of two gene mutations that mark the progression from a harmless oesophageal condition to cancer, according to research published in Nature Genetics today (Sunday 22 June)*.


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Clinical Lecturer in Pathology awarded Career Development Fellowship

20 June 2014

A Southampton clinician has been awarded a £100,000 Career Development Fellowship grant to fund a Research Assistant and consumables for 2 years.