Leeds School of Medicine wishes to recognise NHS clinical teachers and other NHS staff who are due to retire, or have just retired and have a reputation for their commitment to teaching excellence and supporting our medical students over many years.
A common type of bacteria found in our guts could contribute to bowel cancer, according to new research.
The Leeds Institute of Medical Education Technology Enhance Learning (LIME TEL) team is celebrating success.
Men who develop prostate cancer could avoid having unnecessary surgery or radiotherapy thanks to a new, more precise genetic test which is being trialled in Leeds.
Leeds academics to share grant to explore use of AI to inform early palliative care for older people with chronic diseases
The project InAdvance is a 4-year research collaboration that aims to develop and implement effective intervention programs for early palliative care for older people with chronic diseases.