Posted on Tuesday 3 January 2017
Over £60,000 is given out to support exciting new projects across six departments
Posted on Thursday 8 December 2016
Captivating works created by the C2D2 artists in residence will be shown at York Art Gallery from December 9 2016 - April 23 2017.
Posted on Friday 14 October 2016
C2D2-sponsored research has revealed a substantial degree of variability in costs between hospital trusts.
Posted on Thursday 4 August 2016
Professor Kitzinger was one of the experts interviewed for the first episode of a new series of Radio 4's 'Inside the Ethics Committee' entitled 'Permanent Vegetative State: Withdrawing Nutrition and Hydration' and chaired by Joan Bakewell
Posted on Wednesday 13 July 2016
C2D2 Research Fellow Dr Deborah Thorpe steers a revelatory interdisciplinary course
Posted on Monday 4 July 2016
A lively afternoon at King’s Manor, sharing ideas and new artworks with a diverse audience!
Posted on Friday 1 July 2016
Mysterious Minds and Bothersome Bodies proves a compelling combination
Posted on Wednesday 30 March 2016
C2D2 Research Fellow Deborah Thorpe offers her diagnosis
Posted on Saturday 19 March 2016
Research conducted by York biologists and part-funded by C2D2 has revealed how recreational ketamine abuse damages the bladder.
Posted on Saturday 19 March 2016
An award-winning piece of medical equipment which can help people with Parkinson’s control their condition was unveiled at a prestigious technology show.
Posted on Tuesday 1 March 2016
C2D2 supports Rare Disease Day for the third year in succession
Posted on Tuesday 1 December 2015
The University of York has appointed six artists to work alongside academics to produce a body of work inspired by their research in biomedicine and human health.
Posted on Tuesday 29 September 2015
Seven talks over the course of an evening elicited lots of probing questions and enthusiastic responses from several hundred visitors
Posted on Friday 14 August 2015
Four exciting, innovative projects have received funding from C2D2 worth £79,907 following the recent University Research Priming Competition
Posted on Friday 26 June 2015
Department of Sociology Professor Celia Kitzinger has won joint first prize in the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) Outstanding Impact in Society Award for 2015.
Posted on Monday 1 June 2015
C2D2 was again the chief sponsor of this year's Science out of the Lab outreach event in the centre of York
Posted on Friday 29 May 2015
A feasibility study funded by C2D2 helped to leverage funding to support delivery of the training programme
Posted on Thursday 30 April 2015
C2D2 is one of the sponsors for this year's 'Pint of Science' Festival
Posted on Wednesday 1 April 2015
Films, comedy sketches and stand-up research have audiences laughing and crying
Posted on Thursday 5 March 2015
The University of York and York City Screen will join forces this month to host three evenings of films, stand-up comedy and an exhibition.
Posted on Wednesday 4 March 2015
C2D2 supports outreach event in aid of International Rare Disease Day.
Posted on Monday 12 January 2015
Thirteen new projects have received funding across eleven departments and all three faculties
Posted on Monday 5 January 2015
Professor Alex Wade from Psychology and Dr Sandra Pauletto from TFTV become the new Director and Deputy Director
Posted on Saturday 1 November 2014
The Wellcome Trust has awarded £1 million to continue its support of the successful interdisciplinary work of the Centre for Chronic Diseases and Disorders (C2D2) at the University of York.
Posted on Monday 27 October 2014
SimOmics, a University of York spin-out business which aims to make drug design quicker and more efficient, is celebrating its launch and first major contract.
Posted on Friday 10 October 2014
Academic research into the experiences of families of patients with severe brain injuries has been translated into a radio programme, providing insight into the heart-breaking dilemmas they face.
Posted on Monday 29 September 2014
An atmosphere which one participant described as 'buzzing' characterised C2D2's contribution to Yornight, the first European Researchers' Night event held in York.
Posted on Thursday 25 September 2014
Scientists at the University of York are working on a promising new approach for tackling colorectal cancer, the second most common cause of cancer-related death.
Posted on Friday 19 September 2014
Both awards have both been made to researchers in the University's Centre for Immunology and Infection (CII)
Posted on Wednesday 17 September 2014
Featuring over 250 in-depth interview film clips, the new resource explores family experiences of having a relative in a vegetative or minimally conscious state. It explains key terms, reflects on the challenging choices families confront and outlines the clinical and legal context of decision-making about medical treatment.
Posted on Tuesday 19 August 2014
An art exhibition inspired by virus structure and sponsored by C2D2 is being shown at this year's international Mathematical Virology Conference hosted by the University of York in the Ron Cooke Hub from 18 to 22 August.
Posted on Tuesday 5 August 2014
University of York scientists have shed new light on why teenagers and young adults are particularly susceptible to meningitis and septicaemia.
Posted on Tuesday 15 July 2014
Dr Fabiola Martin, a Senior Lecturer in HIV Medicine at the Centre for Immunology and Infection at the Hull York Medical School and the University of York and a recipient of C2D2 funding, has been accepted by RDUK as a new member of its Management Committee.
Posted on Monday 16 June 2014
With a growing number of visitors each year, it seems that the appetite of the York public for health and science knows no bounds
Posted on Monday 9 June 2014
The world premiere of a contemporary performance piece and interactive installation at the University of York will combine dance and cutting edge video and sound technology with scientific research to explore disease transmission.
Posted on Wednesday 4 June 2014
Academics from the University of York’s Centre for Global Health Histories, housed within the Department of History, have launched a book on tropical diseases at the 67th World Health Organisation (WHO) Assembly in Geneva.
Posted on Friday 16 May 2014
A biologist and a psychologist at the University of York have joined forces with a drug discovery group at Lundbeck in Denmark to develop a potential route to new therapies for the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease (PD).
Posted on Tuesday 13 May 2014
A visual artist is looking for groups of people from the York area to take part in a dynamic science-art project which will create ‘living sculptures’.
Posted on Friday 9 May 2014
York Scientists are leaving the laboratory for the more congenial atmosphere of the pub to engage the public with their research into advancing human health
Posted on Wednesday 30 April 2014
A panel of experts will gather at a conference at the University of York to examine the ethics of withdrawing treatment from vegetative and minimally conscious patients.
Posted on Monday 28 April 2014
Scientists at the University of York are part of an international team of researchers that has sequenced and analysed the genome of the tsetse fly, the blood-sucking insect that is the source of sleeping sickness which kills thousands of people every year.
Posted on Monday 7 April 2014
Dr Marjan van der Woude (Centre for Immunology and Infection) presented jointly with Dr Roddy Vann (Plasma Institute/Physics) at the York Philosophical Society their project on the use of plasma to combat infections.
Posted on Monday 31 March 2014
Three recent PhD graduates are ‘discipline-hopping’ at the University of York under an innovative internship scheme which allows them to gain new skills and explore their research interest from a new angle.
Posted on Wednesday 19 March 2014
Two projects have been awarded a combined total of £214,122 to build on and bring together existing C2D2-funded research.
Posted on Tuesday 4 March 2014
Clinicians, scientists, patients, nurses and University of York graduates will mark Rare Disease Day on Friday, 28 February with a special exhibition at York Hospital.
Posted on Thursday 27 February 2014
The University of York is to host a series of hands-on reading and poetry workshops to explore the way we talk, think and write about ill health.
Posted on Tuesday 25 February 2014
An international team of researchers including scientists from the University of York have discovered a ‘microbial Pompeii’ preserved on the teeth of skeletons around 1,000 years old.
Posted on Friday 7 February 2014
A University of York academic has received a Royal Academy of Engineering award to develop a spin-out business based on innovative computer modelling software to help drug development.
Posted on Wednesday 15 January 2014
The families of some very severely brain injured patients believe that once all treatment options are exhausted, allowing their relatives to die with the help of terminal sedation would be a humane and compassionate option, research carried out by the University of York and Cardiff University and sponsored by C2D2 has revealed.
Posted on Friday 15 November 2013
C2D2 sponsors outreach event involving postgraduates in the Departments of Biology and Physics
Posted on Monday 14 October 2013
Nearly 200 delegates turned out for the inaugural C2D2 Conference
Posted on Wednesday 25 September 2013
A striking multi-media installation focusing on the challenges facing young people coping with chronic disease has its premiere at the University of York this week.
Posted on Wednesday 11 September 2013
C2D2 sponsors opening event for new multi-million pound Research Centre supported by the Wellcome Trust.
Posted on Monday 1 July 2013
C2D2-sponsored research featured in the 2013 Royal Academy of Engineering Soirée held at the University of York
Posted on Tuesday 11 June 2013
A new exhibition of images on the history of TB will be showcased at the York Medical Society, 21-22 June (2013)
Posted on Thursday 23 May 2013
Diabetes, North-South health inequalities, TB and nutrition are some of the subjects covered in this year's Festival programme
Posted on Wednesday 15 May 2013
University researchers engage parents about health
Posted on Friday 22 March 2013
Three early career researchers are to take up 'discipline-hopping' internships funded by C2D2
Posted on Tuesday 19 March 2013
The Conference will showcase the innovative and interdisciplinary work so far funded by the Centre
Posted on Tuesday 29 January 2013
The C2D2 Steering Committee met on 22 January 2013 to consider applications to the Research Priming and Translational Award schemes.
Posted on Monday 21 January 2013
A new funding opportunity from the Wellcome Trust
Posted on Wednesday 1 August 2012
The C2D2 Steering Committee met on 14 June 2012 to consider applications to the Research Priming and Translational Award schemes.
Posted on Tuesday 3 July 2012
Researchers working on chronic diseases and disorders from across the University take their research onto the streets of York
Posted on Friday 13 April 2012
Applications are invited from across all departments for funding research relating to chronic diseases and disorders
Posted on Wednesday 28 March 2012
Applications are invited for the funding of outreach initiatives and the holding of academic conferences and meetings, internal and external, national and international, to promote, share and disseminate inter-disciplinary research into chronic diseases and disorders.
Posted on Thursday 15 March 2012
The C2D2 Steering Committee met on 29 February to consider applications to the Research Priming and Translational Award schemes.
Posted on Wednesday 25 January 2012
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