The Midlands is delivering nearly £100m of COVID research to support the nation’s fight against COVID-19
A new report - Mobilising Research Excellence in the Midlands to Tackle COVID-19 - published today (Friday, January 15 2021) reveals that the Midlands has moved swiftly to apply its wealth of capability in its hospitals, businesses and universities, including the University of Warwick, to deliver £90m of research to support regional, national and global efforts to tackle the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Researchers from the University of Warwick have narrowed the time frame that nausea and vomiting during pregnancy will potentially start to just three days for most women, opening up the possibility for scientists to identify a biological cause for the condition.
A University of Warwick Professor has been recognised as an emerging leader in cell biology thanks to his pioneering research into the biological processes of cells and their role in cancer.
The University of Warwick and University of Chester have taken a significant step forward in developing their vision for a medical school to serve Cheshire, Wirral and Shropshire. The University of Chester’s ambitious plan to train the next generation of doctors reached a significant milestone this week, as University leaders signed an official partnership agreement with the University of Warwick.
Researchers at the University of Warwick and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust are to investigate whether a tailored online exercise and support programme would benefit those experiencing long-term symptoms of Covid-19 – what has been dubbed ‘long Covid’.