Proceeds to further accelerate AI drug discovery platform and pipeline
The University of Dundee has joined a cross-Scotland collaborative study that will investigate emerging models of rehabilitation for people suffering from long-Covid and recommend how to best maxim
Patients who stop taking statins due to perceived side effects may be unnecessarily putting themselves at increased cardiovascular risk, new research into the links between muscle pain and the drug
People with underlying health conditions and unpaid carers have begun to receive their COVID-19 vaccination as NHS Tayside moves into the next phase of the programme.
Students and staff at the University of Dundee will be encouraged to embrace their entrepreneurial spirit to develop the healthcare of tomorrow.
A PhD student from the University of Dundee, who has spent the past year working on potential treatments for COVID-19, has been named as one of the best young scientists in her field.
Work to build on Dundee’s world-class expertise in biomedical sciences is set to begin in earnest after the ‘Growing the Tay Cities Biomedical Cluster’ project was officially signed off by the Tay
Onorach is delighted to welcome its newest team member, Rana Tarawneh.
NHS Tayside’s COVID-19 vaccination teams have now delivered jabs to 117,000 people in the first priority groups – a third of the adult population in Tayside.