Can big data mend a broken heart? Read our Max Perutz Science Writing Award winning article; an insight into the working life of the head of global health R&D Dr Pauline Williams; we celebrate 70 years of global health research in The Gambia; and hear from Cecily Berryman on sharing rare data for a common cause.
Dementia research institute established; Old drugs, new dementia treatments?; Bats reveal virus history; Drug halts hot flushes; Secrets of our first seven days – using gene editing to improve IVF success; Working life of a surgeon and researcher; Charles Fletcher, the first TV doctor; 70 years under the lens of medical research; Opinion: why patient involvement in research matters.
MRC Network magazine, Spring 2017
MRC Network magazine, Winter 2016/17
News from the Medical Research Council Winter 2015/16.
News from the Medical Research Council Autumn 2015.
News from the Medical Research Council Summer 2015.
News from the Medical Research Council Winter 2014/15.
News from the Medical Research Council Autumn 2014.
Imaging the unimaginable; Front line operations; My work space: Dr Lori Passmore; Working life: Dr Richard Coward; Opinion: Why basic research is needed to understand human disease
Custom-made kit enabling pioneering research; Living healthier for longer; The power of persuasion; Professor Ian Deary’s unique furnishings; Professor Susan Gathercole on how to succeed; Sharing data saves lives opinion by Professors Jill Pell and Liam Smeeth; plus the usual news and funding opportunities sections.
Beyond the brain; Scott Armstrong’s winning 2013 Max Perutz Science Writing Award article; MRC Centenary Award holder career updates; Rising to the global challenge; plus the usual news and funding opportunities sections.
MRC Centenary Open Week; Last of the ‘lab-boys’; Dame Sally Macintyre on 30 years of tackling health inequalities; Boost for UK brain banks; plus the usual news and funding opportunities sections.
In this issue: The great coffee breakthrough; MRC Centenary Poll; Edmund Kunji’s Chinese paintings; Biomedical Catalyst funding.
Medical research on the frontline; Iain Chalmers on the Alltrials campaign; eminent women scientists; Brad Amos’s microscopy lab; Millennium Medal winners 2013; plus the usual news and funding opportunities sections.
Inside Rosalind Franklin’s lab; MRC Centenary Timeline; Calendar of centenary activities; Synthetic biology opinion piece by Professor Jason Chin; the working life of an MRC Centenary Award holder and pathologist; plus the usual news and funding opportunities sections.