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Nature News Feature on Chronotherapy

Medicine’s secret ingredient — it’s in the timing

Synchronizing drug delivery with a patient’s body clock can yield clear benefits. But will the data be enough to overcome long-standing hurdles?

Nature 556, 290-292 (2018)

Wed 18 April 2018, 16:33 | Tags: News, 2018, Chronotherapy

Kristin Abraham to present on chronotherapy at the WMS Symposium

Kristin will present data from her PhD project on chronotherapy with novel osmium compounds developed by Peter Sadler's lab at Warwick.

Sat 07 April 2018, 12:04 | Tags: 2018, Chronotherapy

Symposium on Circadian and Sleep-Wake Cycle: Models and Data

Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick Series presents

Circadian and Sleep-Wake Cycle: Models and Data

More information and programme here on the Mathematics Institute's home page.

Register now!

Wed 07 February 2018, 17:45 | Tags: 2018, Circadian, Sleep

Better Drugs to Stand up to Cancer

Read in the Coventry Telegraph what our collaborator Prof Sébastien Perrier (Chemistry, Warwick) has to say about standing up to Cancer.

Thu 09 November 2017, 14:06 | Tags: News, 2017

Nobel Prize for Medicine or Physiology goes to Ciradian Clocks Researchers

Jeff Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young are named as 2017 Nobel laureates for their groundbreaking work at the basis of our understanding of the molecular circadian clock.

Importantly, these discoveries have layed the foundations for our work on chronotherapy, or as the Nobel committee writes: "Since the seminal discoveries by the three laureates, circadian biology has developed into a vast and highly dynamic research field, with implications for our health and wellbeing."

Tue 03 October 2017, 10:19 | Tags: News, 2017, Circadian

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