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Can we define ‘health data science’?
3 December 2019
Guest Blog: Dr Fizz Williamson, London School of Hygene and Tropical Medicine
Sharing our Better Care programme
26 November 2019
British industry transformed through the 1990s – flow and pull concepts introduced by the Toyota Production System, automation of plants, factories and design all improved consistency,...
Addressing the risk of inequalities in genomic medicine with new colleagues
19 November 2019
Over the last few months it has been exciting to see how quickly a new international research team can be pulled together, when you share values, have a common goal and willingness to share...
Senior FDA Official to chair Health Data Research UK’s International Advisory Board
15 November 2019
Health Data Research UK has today announced that Principal Deputy Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Dr Amy Abernethy MD PhD, will chair Health Data Research UK’s...
HDR UK publication
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) in unconscious and systemically unwell patients using a mobile OCT device: a pilot study
7 November 2019
Liu X, Kale AU, Capewell N, Talbot N, Ahmed S, Keane PA, Mollan S, Belli A, Blanch RJ, Veenith T, Denniston AK. BMJ Open (2019) 9:e030882 Abstract Objective: This study aims to evaluate the...
Podcast: Conversations in Science – October 2019
31 October 2019
Our new podcasts, hosted by our Science Manager, Melissa Lewis-Brown, will be shedding light on different aspects of Science.
GPs order blood tests for diagnosis, ongoing monitoring of health conditions, and screening, regularly as a core part of their work. However, there is wide variation in testing rates amongst...
Learning public health system for preventing asthma attacks
Asthma is a leading cause of acute hospital admission in children in Scotland. The team will use a national, dynamic longitudinal cohort to link healthcare and cross-sectoral data with patient...
Implementing and evaluating biomarker-based prescribing in routine care
We all vary in how our bodies handle medicines and many of these differences are inherited from our parents. Pharmacogenetics is the science of understanding these inherited differences, and...