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Developing multi-level pipelines for senolytics discoveries

Accumulation of senescent cells has been shown in recent years as a driver of most, if not all age-associated conditions. Drugs that selectively kill senescent cells (senolytics) have emerged as novel therapies for a wide range of age-associated diseases in pre-clinical studies. Read more

What is the role of intestinal mucins in health maintenance during ageing?

An increasing proportion of our population falls within the elderly age bracket. As a result, the identification of interventions that help people stay healthy into their old age is one of the most significant challenges facing biomedical research. Read more

Predictors of Psychosis in the Clinical High Risk Population: A multimodal data science and brain imaging approach

Prospectively identifying young people at clinical high risk (CHR) of psychotic disorders could allow the development of treatments that attenuate, postpone, or even prevent the onset of psychosis and improve clinical and functional outcomes. Read more

Exploration of a novel NF-kB-Nucleolar stress response pathway that has relevance to senescence, aging and apoptotic cell death.

  Research Group: Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre
The nucleolus is a highly dynamic nuclear organelle which acts as a critical stress sensor and coordinates downstream responses to stress such as metabolism, differentiation, senescence and apoptosis. Read more

Probing Viral Receptor-Glycan Interactions using Polyvalent Multifunctional Glycan-Nanoparticle

  Research Group: School of Chemistry
Multivalent viral receptor-glycan interactions are central to viral infection and immune response regulation. However, the underpinning structural mechanisms are often poorly understood, due to a lack of effective probes for such complex, multimeric and flexible proteins. Read more

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