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A child playing with a robotic toy.

Be Curious, the annual University of Leeds family open day, is back for 2023.

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Next generation clinical trials using "digital twins" of anonymised real-life patients are a step closer after a leading Leeds scientist was awarded a €2.5m grant to further his pioneering research.

I am a Senior Research Fellow awarded a Wellcome Trust Fellowship.

My background is in the Social Sciences and Humanities and my most recent work has applied this expertise to the topic of health inequalities.

Grant will fund new networks and interdisciplinary working to drive change in disability inclusion.

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Scientists have found a new way to predict which myeloma patients will benefit the most from a treatment often used to help keep the blood cancer from coming back after a stem cell transplant.

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A decade-long international study into kidney cancer has shown that doctors can predict the likelihood of a patient’s disease returning by looking at DNA mutations in their tumours.