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Joanne Gardner – PhD student, Biomedical Sciences, Curtin University

Joanne Gardner – PhD student, Biomedical Sciences, Curtin University

Hi I’m Joanne Gardner, I’m from Perth and I’m making tomorrow better by undertaking a PhD research project at Curtin University which aims to increase the understanding of immune responses in elderly cancer clients. Through my research I’m hoping to help assist in the design of more effective therapies for elderly cancer clients which will […]

Going Viral: The Digital Future of Public Health | Rachel McKendry | TEDxExeter

Going Viral: The Digital Future of Public Health | Rachel McKendry | TEDxExeter

Translator: Rachael Williams Reviewer: Denise RQ Hello everybody. I’d like to begin by asking you to please take out your mobile phones. I know it’s not a request that you’ll be asked at the beginning of many talks. Normally, you’re asked to put them away, but please don’t be shy take them out and hold […]

Introduction to the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society

Introduction to the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society

over the years there has been a lot of research into the social dimensions of medicine which ranges from the ways in which medicine engages with patients in the clinic right the way through to sort of big questions of the economic and political configurations of medicine what medicine is why it’s the way it […]

Ultrasound moves kidney stones

Ultrasound moves kidney stones

“Kidney stones are common–affecting over a million patients that come to the emergency room,” says Kennedy Hall, M.D, UW Medicine emergency medicine physician. “If you come into the emergency room with a kidney stone, we give you pain medicine. We hope that it will relieve your pain and that the stone will eventually pass,” says […]

Research Methods – Introduction

Hello and welcome back to this global health you tube channel. My name is Greg Martin. We’re going to do a few videos that look at study design and research methods. Now we are going to look at epidemiological research, we’re going to look at the social sciences like anthropology and essentially we’re going to […]

Supporting research in the NHS: Excess Treatment Costs

Supporting research in the NHS: Excess Treatment Costs

Research improves future health and care for patients. Speeding up the set-up of research helps increase the pace of healthcare innovation for all. Local variations in research costing activities are recognised as a cause of delay during research set-up. NHS England is responsible for all healthcare commissioning in England. The Health Research Authority is the […]

University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville

University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville

[Dr. Leon Haley] The University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville is a great training place for third- and fourth-year medical students. It’s also a great place for education for our residents. We’re a certified Stroke Center. We’re a certified Cardiac Center. We have a Level I trauma center, so we’re actually the only […]

Modern biomedicine: The Babraham Institute

Modern biomedicine: The Babraham Institute

The BBSRC has three main themes to a Strategic Plan for Research. One of these is the basic bioscience underpinning human health. That is where Babraham science is focused. Unless we understand the basic bioscience which underpins human health then we will not be in a position to be able to understand what goes wrong […]