Medical record linkage study discovers that patients receiving low dose steroid are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease
Medication used to treat a range of inflammatory diseases may be less safe than previously thought.
The University of Leeds has secured part of a new £147 million research initiative to work with developing nations on the world's biggest challenges.
A large international study has revealed that the genetic risk of pre-eclampsia, a potentially dangerous condition in pregnancy, is related to blood pressure and body mass index (BMI).
University staff and students have been recognised for their role in helping to establish the Alderley Park Lighthouse Laboratory in Cheshire, a key part of the Government’s COVID-19 testing strategy.
The benefits of giving chemotherapy before surgery to bowel cancer patients will be further explored in a new £3.4 million trial, one of three awarded regional funding.