Patients who are unlikely to benefit from a commonly used immunotherapy for bladder cancer could be identified by a simple blood test, new research shows
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Researchers from BSMS have found an unexpectedly close link between a herpes virus and the occurrence of immune cells damaging cardiovascular tissue.
Students put BSMS in third position in the 2018 National Student Survey (NSS) for medical schools
The Brighton and Sussex Clinical Trials Unit is awarded provisional registration from the UK Clinical Research Collaboration Registered CTUs Network
A new study led by researchers at BSMS has examined whether doctors can predict which older patients will experience medication-related harm requiring care following hospital discharge
Elderly residents in care homes are missing out on being diagnosed with scabies as their symptoms differ from what doctors and nurses expect in younger people
BSMS ranked 47th in the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings, making it the top placed UK institution in the rankings
Research at BSMS has found that information that is available online can provide unreliable information based on old, 'weak' scientific studies.
A simple gene test could help predict the long-term risk of more severe disease and long-term healthcare costs for individuals with eczema and asthma.
Team of researchers awarded The Lancet research award at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) Excellence in Patient Care Awards 2018
Up to 37% of older patients experience medication-related harm following hospital discharge, a new study shows.
Jack Whiting, intercalating Medical Education student at BSMS, has won the Student of the Year Award at the 2018 NEON awards
Colleagues from BSMS and Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust were awarded the Innovation Award at the BMJ Awards on 10 May
Researchers at BSMS ask governments in the developing world to adopt a low-cost, community-based approach to prevent acute attacks that occur in patients with a devastating NTDs
BSMS has been recognised for its commitment to gender equality by achieving the Silver Award as part of the Athena SWAN Charter.
Work led by researchers at BSMS is investigating how the detection of internal bodily sensations, such as heartbeats, can shape intuitive decision making
Dental problems among patients with dementia could be reduced by providing preventive dental care around the time of diagnosis, according to new research.
Tourette syndrome affects a far larger area of the brain than previously thought, a new study at BSMS shows.
The announcement of additional places to prospective students will open up medical career options to those from disadvantaged backgrounds
A recent paper from BSMS shows that studying the philosophy of signs is beneficial for laboratory-based research
Ethics Professor says that palliative care and assisted dying are not incompatible
Disclosing sexual orientation could lead to improved healthcare, new research finds.
Groundbreaking research at Brighton and Sussex Medical School has led to significant reductions in seizures in epilepsy patients
Researchers at BSMS have assessed the prevalence of podoconiosis in Cameroon
Prof Christopher Liu has received an OBE for his Services to Ophthalmology.
BSMS alumni, Samantha Stark, gives birth to Sussex's first baby of 2018!
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