A pioneering clinical trial led by scientists at the University of Sheffield will help bladder cancer patients who are faced with a life-changing decision during treatment.
The University of Sheffield and Parkinson’s UK have launched a new £1 million virtual biotech company in the next stage of a pioneering research programme to create new drugs for Parkinson’s.
A new ‘next generation’ device which could help doctors reliably predict the risk of preterm birth is to be developed by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield thanks to funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
A new research project working with schools in South Yorkshire will investigate ways of improving the oral health of young people living in deprived areas.
The University of Sheffield has today (1 March 2017) launched an appeal to raise £2 million to bring the future of medical imaging to Yorkshire and transform research into a number of life-changing diseases.
Doctors of tomorrow at the University of Sheffield are swapping their stethoscopes and white coats for wellies and boxing gloves, in a unique initiative helping to make a difference by becoming accountable for the communities that need their help the most.
Cancer patients in Sheffield are set to benefit from the latest innovations in treatment and care due to a multi-million pound research programme from Yorkshire Cancer Research.
A new study has highlighted the sexual health of people over 50 should not be overlooked by health care professionals in order to help maintain wellbeing in old age.
People who use British Sign Language (BSL) have better reaction times in their peripheral vision, a new study from the University of Sheffield has found.
The NHS could potentially be wasting money on e-therapies that have not been properly evaluated, says a new study by the University of Sheffield.
An international team of researchers, led by the University of Sheffield, are investigating what drives unhealthy dietary changes in order to prevent diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
A ground breaking prototype ‘miniature’ MRI scanner for babies has been installed at The Jessop Wing Maternity Hospital in Sheffield.
More than 200 scientists have signed up to a tissue-sharing database designed to reduce the number of animals needed for biomedical research.
The University of Sheffield Medical School has been breaking ground in the area of technology-driven student assessment.
Sheffield scientists and clinicians are set to receive nearly £1 million pounds from Cancer Research UK and the National Institute for Health Research over the next five years to continue their ground-breaking work at the city’s Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC).
An additional MRI scan during pregnancy could help to more accurately detect foetal abnormalities and give more certainty for parents whose 20-week ultrasound scan showed a potential problem, according to new research by scientists at the University of Sheffield.
Pioneering technologies of the future, designed to transform the lives of older people and those living with a disability, were showcased in Sheffield last week at the UK’s leading assistive technology research conference.
An inspirational teacher from the University of Sheffield has been honoured with a prestigious national award in recognition of his dedication to dentistry.
Smokers under the age of 50 are eight times more likely to suffer a major heart attack than non-smokers at the same age, new research has revealed.
Leading researchers at the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals have been awarded £3.1 million to continue to pioneer new drugs and treatments that may one day transform patient care.