Scientists discover how rogue communications between cells lead to Leukaemia
New research has deciphered how rogue communications in blood stem cells can cause Leukaemia.
21st annual BiTEG meeting report
York hosted the 21st annual 'Work in Progress Meeting' of the White Rose Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Group on 16 December.
European research grant award winner
Dr Lianne Willems, who is part of the Molecular and Cellular Medicine theme, has been awarded a five-year research grant worth €1.5m to support the first phase of her career as an independent academic here in York.
The award of an Alzheimer's Research UK Fellowship
Dr Steven Quinn, who is part of the Neuroscience theme, has been awarded the research fellowship.
UK:Brazil Joint Centre Partnership in leishmaniasis
A new £2.3m three-year Newton project will be led by Professor Jeremy Mottram, Director of York Biomedical Research Institute (YBRI), and Professor Angela Cruz of the Ribeirão Preto Medical School.
Highlights from YBRI's first social events
The first three York Biomedical Research Institute social events were themed around Immunology, Haematology and Infection (24 January 2019), Neuroscience (28 February 2019) and Molecular and Cellular Medicine (28 March 2019).
Enterprise fellowship awarded to Molecular and Cellular Medicine researcher
Researchers across the University, including Dr Yvette Hancock have been awarded fellowships to help translate their work into potential business ideas.
First publications from YBRI
Researchers from York Biomedical Research Institute (YBRI) have recently been published.
Award for Molecular and Cellular Medicine researcher
Molecular and Cellular Medicine researcher Professor Jane Thomas-Oates has been named the British Mass Spectrometry Society Lecturer for 2019.
Gulab Rani wins Vector Labs image competition
Gulab Rani, a PhD student working under the Immunology, Haematology and Infection theme, has been selected as a winner of the worldwide Vector Labs 2018 image competition.
Inaugural York Biomedical Research Institute conference
York Biomedical Research Institute (YBRI) officially launched on Tuesday 4 December 2018 by highlighting some of the excellent biomedical research happening at York to an audience of over 120.
Director of York Biomedical Research Institute appointed
Professor Jeremy Mottram (Chair in Pathogen Biology, Department of Biology) has been appointed as Founding Director of the York Biomedical Research Institute (YBRI) from 1 May 2018.