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Research news

NUH at forefront of clinical research on COVID-19

Clinical researchers at NUH are amongst those leading new work to rapidly develop knowledge, science and treatments for COVID-19. Profesor, Stephen Ryder, Clinical Director for Research and Innovation, explains how staff at NUH are working with patients, carers and families as part of new clinical trials.

MRI offers new insights into dementia

Ground-breaking new research using powerful MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanners has just started in Nottingham, to shed new light into how dementia develops in patients and to help guide new approaches to treating this devastating condition in future.

Time to nominate your research stars

The Research Excellence Awards recognise the outstanding research that our teams carry out every year. They celebrate individual and team achievements at NUH and across the research centres of excellence that we host.

Artificial Intelligence could help patients with MS

Every day, around 14 people are diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a debilitating disease which means patients can struggle to get around and do the daily tasks that many of us take for granted.

People with MS often have trouble walking, feel tired, experience muscle weakness or spasms, blurred or double vision, pain and depression and have trouble focusing or remembering things (which is referred to as having cognitive problems).

Researchers are going to the zoo to help children with broken bones

Young people and their parents are being invited to spend a day at the world-famous Twycross Zoo this February half-term to help researchers from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) to understand more about broken bones (fractures), an injury that hospitalises around 55,000 children in England every year.

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