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Developing the next generation of anticoagulant

AUniversity of Leeds spin-out company has secured £3.14m to develop a next generation drug that aims to prevent blood clots forming, without the risk of bleeding present in currently available drugs.

Mural

December 2019 sees the 30th anniversary of the unveiling of the Medical Shool Mural, a panoramic history of the School of Medicine, founded in 1831, painted by Brian Holmes.

Image of brain tumour cells under a microscope

When brain tumours are treated with radiation or chemotherapy their cells evolve in a way that appears to be random, according to research published today in Nature.

The School of Medicine wishes to encourage and reward excellent undergraduate clinical teaching across the NHS in West Yorkshire and Harrogate, and to support the development of staff in this area.

Radiotherapy group pic

Leeds scientists and clinicians have been awarded a major cash boost from Cancer Research UK to pioneer new radiotherapy technologies that could help more people in Yorkshire survive cancer.