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Action needed on ineffective drugs used for hepatitis

06 May 2015   The Journal
Professor Chris Day was part of a pioneering study which revealed that the only drugs used to treat alcoholic hepatitis are not effective.

published on: 6th May 2015

Killer liver disease on rise due to overeating

5 May 2015 Sunday Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Daily Mail, Mirror Online, Chronicle
Most liver transplants are expected to be linked to over-eating rather than alcohol abuse by 2020, Dr Quentin Anstee said.

published on: 6th May 2015

Review: Newcastle University Symphony Orchestra, King’s Hall

5 May 2015 The Journal
There was a fanfare both to start and finish the University Symphony Orchestra’s early summer public concert.

published on: 6th May 2015

How a cuppa can perk up your brain in just 30 minutes

2 May 2015 Daily Mail
Brain activity increases noticeably around half an hour after drinking black or green tea, a Newcastle University study has revealed.

published on: 6th May 2015

Work of a gene-ius

2 May 2015 The Journal
Professor Doug Turnbull talks about his world-leading study, patients, politics and why the North East is a great place to carry out research.

published on: 6th May 2015

Afraid of spiders? Try virtual reality

1 May 2015 CNN
Article includes reference to Newcastle University research which is testing virtual reality to treat children with autism spectrum disorders who suffer from phobias.

published on: 6th May 2015

PhD loan scheme ‘may not be the right approach’

30 April 2015 Times Higher
Study co-authored by Dr Adél Pásztor suggests that students do not want to add more debt to personal finances.

published on: 1st May 2015

Tragic loss sparks battle to beat childhood cance

30 April 2015 ITV News
The parents of a young boy who died from side effects of his treatment for a cancerous brain tumour have raised £120,000 to fund a four year PhD research position at the NICR, Newcastle University. Professor Steve Clifford quoted.

published on: 1st May 2015

'Dyslexic' term could impact teaching style

30 April 2015 Northern Echo
Labelling a child as dyslexic could impact on the way teachers educate them, according to research by a Dr Simon Gibbs, Reader in Educational Psychology.

published on: 1st May 2015

Festival is to be even bigger after award win

30 April 2015 Northern Echo
The Harambee Pasadia Festival, taking place at the end of May, has secured a £1,000 Business Development award. The support comes from Newcastle University’s Rise Up entrepreneurial programme which helps students and graduates to develop sustainable business ideas.

published on: 1st May 2015

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