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Exploring and maximising the impact of meta-analyses

When several treatment options exist for a condition, network meta-analysis (NMA) can be used to combine results from multiple trials to estimate the relative effectiveness of the treatments and potentially ranking them in order of effectiveness. Read more

Assessing the prospective utility of AlzoSure® Predict in a UK clinical research cohorts to assess risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Commercial partner: . Diadem Research Ltd. , London. The proposed project is in the field of neurodegeneration and fits within the MRC strategic theme of prevention and early detection, facilitating earlier diagnosis and improved clinical management. Read more

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on screening for gestational diabetes, pregnancy outcomes and care

To start in January 2023. This PhD will use data that has been collated during routine health care appointments and visits to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care access and outcomes in women diagnosed with gestational diabetes. Read more

A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go...wrong: Disruption of the intrinsic protection in the heart by hyperglycaemia

Hyperglycaemia at the time a patient suffers a heart attack has been shown to cause a poorer outcome for the patient. This can be an increased infarct size, poorer long-term prognosis, increased risk of developing heart failure, but also an increased likelihood of death from the initial cardiac event. Read more

Personalising thresholds of risk factor control for prevention of cardiovascular disease in subjects with diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a cardio-metabolic chronic condition with worldwide increase in prevalence and incidence. The control of glucose levels and of other risk factors, such as lipid levels and blood pressure, is essential to reduce the risk of cardiovascular complications. Read more
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Using wearable sensors to investigate arm use in everyday activities after a stroke

Stroke is the leading cause of severe disability in adults, with over two-thirds leaving hospital with a disability. According to the Scottish Government’s Progressive Stroke Pathway, people should have access to high quality stroke rehabilitation with the aim of optimising function and promoting independence. Read more

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