Lord Dowding Fund for humane research

 

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Research projects 2002 - Pain research

Central nervous system processing of human gut sensation Lord Dowding Fund scientists have developed a brain imaging technique to non-invasively record nerve cell activity in the human brain without...

Summary of LDF Research Projects - 2001

http://newsite.navs.org.uk/research/49/51/461/Hepatitis B http://newsite.navs.org.uk/research/49/51/460/Alternatives in education http://newsite.navs.org.uk/research/49/51/459/Cancer http://newsite.navs.org.uk/research/49/51/458/Vascular...

Research projects 2001 - Hepatitis B

Analysis of cytokine-induced, non-cytotoxic inactivation of hepatitis B virus replication in human hepatocytes Dr Nikolai Naoumov from the Institute of Hepatology, University College London has developed...

Research projects 2001 - Alternatives in education

European Resource Centre for Alternatives in Higher Education With Lord Dowding Fund support, Dr David Dewhurst, University of Edinburgh and Dr Jan van der Valk, Netherlands, are setting up a European...

Research projects 2001 - Cancer

In vitro model for the study of liver metastasis from cancer of the colon Dr Bird of Sheffield University is the first researcher in the UK to use human tissue models for the study of liver metastasis,...

Research projects 2001 - Vascular disease

Clinical studies of vascular disease At Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, Professor Jill Belch et al have been awarded a Lord Dowding Fund equipment grant to help purchase a state-of-the-art ultrasound...

Research projects 2001 - Tissue engineering

Tissue engineering using soluble glass fibre substrates Drs Jonathan Knowles and Mark Lewis at London's Eastman Dental Institute have developed a soluble, phosphate-based glass fibre substrate for...

Research projects 2001 - Pain research

Central nervous system processing of human gut sensation A collaboration between Dr Qasim Aziz of Hope Hospital, Salford and Dr Paul Furlong of Aston University is using functional brain imaging techniques...

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