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Is your child being given the right asthma medicine?

May 14, 2014

Research at BSMS has shown that a popular inhaler used as first-line treatment for asthma attacks could be less effective or may even make the condition worse for some children carrying a particular gene change.

How our heartbeat impacts our perception of fear

May 07, 2014

The timing of our heartbeat influences how we respond to fear, according to new research from Dr Sarah Garfinkel and Professor Hugo Critchley.

Medical school to benefit from £420m hospital redevelopment

May 02, 2014

Students and researchers at BSMS will benefit from enhanced facilities and opportunities after a £420m redevelopment of a Brighton hospital was agreed by the Government.

Exploring what young people think of medical research ethics

April 01, 2014

Professor Bobbie Farsides has led a project to explore what young people think about the process for medical research ethics that involve children.

Eliminating a foot disease that affects millions

March 13, 2014

A disfiguring foot disease afflicting millions of the world’s poorest people could be eliminated in our lifetimes, according to new research.

There has never been a better time to have dementia

February 21, 2014

One of Britain’s leading research psychiatrists says there has never been a better time to have dementia because the condition has never before had such a high priority for diagnosis and management.
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