Learning lessons from the pandemic could help protect care home residents from future infection outbreaks, a University of Dundee expert has said.
The COVID-19 vaccination programme is continuing at pace with almost 60% of the adult population in Tayside now had a jab.
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The BioDundee International Conference is taking place virtually for the first time in its 20-year history.
University of Dundee academics leading in fields as diverse as cleft palate research, contemporary art, infectious diseases and reproductive medicine have been elected Fellows of the Royal Society
- Majority of patients hospitalised with COVID-19 have not fully recovered after five months
The NHS Tayside virology lab team, based at Ninewells Hospital, has processed 141,695 COVID-19 tests since the beginning of the pandemic.
A state-of-the-art surgical robot has been delivered to Ninewells Hospital to support the delivery of complex surgical procedures for patients with cancer.
Innovative technology and new developments have been introduced in NHS Tayside over the last year as part of the organisation’s response to COVID-19.
A panel of experts will look at how dentistry can act as a driver for social justice and inclusion in an upcoming public lecture at the University of Dundee.