Inside Knowledge Fellowship success

Helen Cameron, University Teacher in the department of Human Communication Sciences, has been successful in securing funding for a project that will see undergraduate students from the Department of Human Communication Sciences and the Academic Unit of Ophthalmology and Orthoptics collaborate with staff to co-design a level 1 interdisciplinary module.  Helen has been awarded one…

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Study prompts rethink on fighting infections

Researchers in Sheffield and Edinburgh have discovered that decreased oxygen levels in the body can alter the way immune cells behave. Low oxygen levels are a common problem for patients in intensive care or with chronic lung diseases. These patients are also prone to bacterial infections. This study investigated the link between low oxygen levels and…

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