A study of approximately 200,000 blood samples from the UK Biobank has identified more than 2,000 undiagnosed cases of type 2 diabetes.
Households purchasing high volumes of sugary or diet drinks are more likely to have low socio-economic status, higher body mass index (BMI) and overall less healthy food purchases.
An innovative University of Exeter spin-out company, which uses sophisticated mathematical modelling to help develop treatment plans for patients with epilepsy, has secured two prestigious government funding awards.
New research reveals current understanding of safe antibiotic levels in rivers may not prevent evolution of antibiotic resistance.
A study analysing over 650,000 hip replacement patients across England and Wales over 14 years sought to investigate why one hospital has consistently been identified as having better than expected outcomes compared to other settings.
More than 90 per cent of shoulder replacement implants last more than ten years, according to the largest study of its kind.
New research will help GPs to identify the signs, symptoms, and blood test results they should look for to swiftly diagnose cancer in people with unexpected weight loss. The findings have implications for existing health policy and guidelines.
A new 3D camera will help people living with disabilities in Cornwall gain unprecedented access to some of Cornwall's gems.
A new approach to predicting which babies will develop type 1 diabetes moves a step closer to routine testing for newborns
Graduates in medicine-related subjects at the University of Exeter and the University of Plymouth have received hampers thanking them for their work
Graduates at the University of Exeter celebrated finishing their degrees in an online ceremony to mark their achievements
Obesity UK is today launching guidelines to change the way doctors speak about obesity, developed in collaboration with the Univerity of Exeter.
Experts have increased the number of lifestyle factors known to influence our risk of developing dementia from nine to 12.
New research has called for urgent action after creating a map that identifies gaps in services for adults with ADHD across the UK
Blood platelet counts at the higher end of normal suggest a high risk of cancer in men aged 60 or over, and should be investigated
A national team of scientists and nurses, led from the University of Exeter, are researching nursing care for patients in hospital with COVID-19.
David Pencheon, Honorary Professor at the University of Exeter, has won the BMJ Outstanding Contribution to Health Award
Researchers at two leading Westcountry institutions have teamed up with Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in a study
Partnership to drive forward experimental dementia research with data science and artificial intelligence
A new partnership brings together a combination of around a thousand scientists and innovators
A newly-developed tool aims to help workers and employees calculate the biological risk of an individual’s exposure to COVID-19.
New study identifies benefits to mood and well-being associated with short, frequent walks near bodies of water
University of Exeter scientists have developed a revolutionary new device that could allow health professionals to test patients’ antibody response to Covid-19 in as little as seven minutes.
Project to enhance climate hazard resilience and related disease prevention in Africa receives funding boost
Experts from the University of Exeter will lead a pioneering project to design digital innovations to help communities across Africa become more resilient to climate hazards and prevent outbreaks of associated diseases.
A national research collaboration has been awarded £1.85 million to investigate children’s health and maternal wellbeing.
The University of Exeter has leapt into the top five institutions in the world for research output on the links between green space and public health.
Students and staff at the University of Exeter have made huge efforts in repurposing research, teaching and University priorities in light of COVID-19.
The University of Exeter and Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust are making a major contribution to the management of dialysis services.
An award of almost £1 million will help scientists at the University of Exeter unravel the genetics mysteries of a rare form of diabetes.
New research suggests there may be substantial indirect adverse effects of COVID-19 on children's physical and mental health.
People who go in the sea are more likely to experience symptoms of illness compared to non-bathers.
A steroid which was part of a nationwide COVID-19 trial that included patients in Exeter has been found to reduce the risk of dying in patients.
A new way of using genetics to diagnose diabetes could pave the way for better diagnosis and treatment in Indians, new research has concluded.
An art project involving people living with dementia has led to a book as well as an art exhibition that has been moved online to be enjoyed by all.
A new £1.4 million award from the Wellcome Trust will help researchers at the University of Exeter investigate pregnant mothers' obesity and health
Smartline, the University of Exeter technology and wellbeing project, is supporting the development of a ground-breaking app
In the largest study of the genetics of childhood obesity, researchers have looked at why some children gain weight very easily.
The University of Exeter has joined an international, research consortium which aims to improve how obese people will respond to treatment
A group of eight dementia researchers from the University of Exeter are aiming to run over 301km to raise money for pioneering dementia research.
The University of Exeter has received £2.5 million to establish one of two evidence review facilities to assess quality of research.
Having a faulty gene linked to dementia doubles the risk of developing severe COVID-19, according to a large-scale study.
Medical Imaging students from the University of Exeter Medical School who opted to graduate early had a successful online graduation ceremony
A project led by the University of Exeter has developed guidance and recommendations to optimise strategies to tackle mental ill-health in doctors
A rising research star from the University of Exeter has won £100k to launch her work into depression as part of a prestigious grant scheme.
A Medicine student at the University of Exeter has teamed up with two clinicians to launch an online seminar series.
An online study of 25,000 people is recruiting participants to help study the impact of COVID-19 isolation on the health and wellbeing of older people
A rapid assessment of COVID-19 implications for disabled people in Cornwall has illustrated a failure by central government to support people
A new analysis shows which certain pre-existing diseases may put older people at risk of developing more severe COVID-19, implying they may need special treatments and more shielding.
There were more than 300 million cases of hip and knee osteoarthritis worldwide in 2017 reveals a new analysis
A University of Exeter expert has come up with games featuring dancing, storytelling, running and acting to help families struggling to think of new things to do at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
An editorial paper has reviewed evidence and found that most of the UK deaths in doctors from COVID-19 are aged over 60.
NHS staff are being offered free training to deliver a home-based cardiac rehabilitation programme to help support heart failure patients.
A project that links technology and housing to improve health and wellbeing in Cornwall is developing a guide to using online devices to reduce feelings of isolation during COVID-19 lockdown.
Spending time in the garden is linked to similar benefits for health and wellbeing as living in wealthy areas, according to a new large-scale study.
Having abnormally small red blood cells could indicate cancer, according to new research led by a University of Exeter student
A professor who consistently ranks in the global top five of neuroimaging will bring his expertise to Exeter’s new £10 million Mireille Gillings Neuroimaging Centre.
People with low or no visual imagery are more likely to work in scientific and mathematical industries than creative sectors, according to new research.
The impact of COVID-19 on cancer diagnosis and survival will be explored through research led by the University of Exeter.
New guidance has been developed to support people with dementia and family carers who are facing isolation and reduced services as a result of COVID-19.
An exciting national experiment reopens today, aiming to shed light on how listening to nature could impact wellbeing.
A new test which could detect whether people who have had COVID-19 are still infectious is under development
A new editorial has summarised evidence and concluded that people aged 60-69 are at risk of severe illness if infected with COVID-19.
The University of Exeter is supporting the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (RD&E) to be at the forefront of the battle against Covid-19
A graduate from the University of Exeter is working alongside his clinician father in a Westcountry hospital in treating patients battling COVID-19.
A new paper published in The Lancet Psychiatry highlights an urgent need to tackle the harmful impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health.
Medicine students who opted to graduate early to accelerate becoming junior doctors in the COVID-19 crisis
Patients in Exeter with COVID-19 are being recruited to the largest clinical trial in the world to investigate existing medicines which might be effective against the disease.
The experience of family carers during the COVID-19 pandemic will be explored in a series of weekly interviews conducted over the next three months.
Academics and clinicians across Devon and Cornwall are collaborating and innovating to improve testing capacity for COVID-19.
Academics and technical staff at the University of Exeter have united to send thousands of items of protective equipment to the frontline
Medicine and Medical Imaging students from the University of Exeter Medical School have opted to graduate early.
A medicine student at the University of Exeter has created cute characters and a rhyming story to explain covid-19 to children.
Scientists and clinicians in Exeter are part of a £20 million investment to unlock the secrets of COVID-19.
A funding appeal has been launched to help fast-track the development of a “pocket laboratory” that carries out quick, accurate and cost-effective blood tests that could revolutionise how health professionals track, trace and monitor the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19.
A medical student has won a highly competitive scholarship to intern with BMJ, going through an intense selection process to achieve the funding.
Children who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes under the age of seven have a different form (or “endotype”) of the condition compared with those diagnosed aged 13 or above, new research has shown.
Medical students are heading by bear-o-plane to Ethiopia to volunteer in a new Maternity unit in Ethiopia, whilst delivering teddy bears to local children.
International blood pressure guidelines may require review, according to new research that found a link between low blood pressure and higher mortality rates.
A dementia diagnosis software system developed at the University of Exeter has received three grants totalling £73,000.
Two Exeter doctors will row for 24 hours in the first phase of preparation for an epic 3,000 mile world record bid across the Atlantic.
Three health researchers at the University of Exeter have been recognised as among the most prominent and prestigious in the country to be funded by the Government health research arm, NIHR.
Cases of potentially deadly brain damage as a result of stroke could be reduced after new research identified a pathway in the brain that causes swelling, and which responds to an innovative treatment.
An award winning innovation being used in theatres at the Royal Cornwall Hospital is saving money and helping to save the planet.
Leading UK soft drinks companies continued to experience positive growth in their share prices, despite widespread industry fears the tax would harm their businesses, researchers have found.
Banners created by people living with dementia who worked with a trio of well-known artists will be on display in Exeter until the end of March.
Prince Charles has awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education to a team at the University of Exeter.
A Clinical Education master’s student has had work published in an online medical journal.
A new Master in Public Health programme is launching at the University of Exeter, to nurture future global leaders with skills around complexity, leadership and decision-making.
A grant of £152,000 will allow researchers to investigate how manipulating specific brain cells can impact the body’s response to changes in blood sugar levels, which may help uncover the processes involved in diabetes.
Experts in the emotional needs of small children say increased levels of the stress hormone cortisol in babies and small children who are separated from their parents could have a long-term genetic impact.
The government’s Soft Drinks Industry Levy has resulted in soft drinks manufacturers lowering sugar levels in their drinks
The University of Exeter has announced that it has been awarded £4 million in further funding to continue with a project researching technology, health and housing in Cornwall.
New research has shed fresh light on how the build-up of two proteins in the brain might affect the activity of genes involved in Alzheimer’s disease.
The first degree apprenticeship in the UK for diagnostic radiography has been approved and will launch this March.
The University of Exeter is part of a global initiative to revolutionise the early detection of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Having genetically higher testosterone levels increases the risk of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes in women, while reducing the risk in men. Higher testosterone levels also increase the risks of breast and endometrial cancers in women, and prostate cancer in men.
Funding expected to total £1.2 million ($1,566,874) over four years from the USA’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) will help Exeter academics advance understanding about the underlying biological mechanisms leading to some people with Alzheimer’s disease developing psychosis.
The first degree apprenticeship in the UK for diagnostic radiography has been approved and will launch this March.
A University of Exeter genetics researcher has been recognised in the top 100 inspirational women in healthcare.
GPs are being urged to consider shortness of breath and cough as potential predictors of lung cancer, after a study found they were becoming more common as the first symptom in diagnosis.
A landmark translational research project called the Windows of Hope project, led by researchers from the University of Exeter, has defined more than 150 different genetic disorders in North American Anabaptist (Amish/Mennonite) communities.
Children with mental health needs require urgent support from primary school onwards to avoid exclusion, which can be both cause and effect of poor mental health, new research concludes.
A cancer researcher who heads up the medicine programme has been recognised in the top 100 inspirational women in healthcare.
People who live in more built up areas and spend less free-time in nature are also less likely to take actions that benefit the environment, such as recycling, buying eco-friendly products, and environmental volunteering.
An active GP and professor of general practice and primary care at the University of Exeter Medical School has been honoured with an MBE in the New Year’s 2020 Honours List.
Hospital-led efforts to reduce the amount of time older people spend on wards before being allowed home can be effective, reducing length of stay in hospital by more than three days in some areas.
A researcher has won an award for a quirky approach to sharing knowledge on the benefits and challenges of pet therapy in care homes.
Scientists have developed a new theory on the underlying cause of motor neurone disease, which could lead to more accurate diagnosis for patients and new treatments.
Two academic papers from Exeter have made the top 100 most-discussed papers in the world this year.
A physician and scientist who founded both a national Alzheimer’s research non-profit in the USA and one of the country’s first Alzheimer’s disease clinics has received an honorary degree from the University of Exeter.
The editor of the Lancet Neurology, the world’s leading publication in clinical neurology and brain health, has been awarded an honorary degree at the University of Exeter.
A University of Exeter healthcare researcher has secured a prestigious £200,000 Post-Doctoral fellowship after a highly competitive selection process.
A new, state-of-the-art genome sequencing platform will put Exeter on the cutting edge of research into the genomic basis of health and disease.
The University of Exeter has appointed three Mireille Gillings Professorial Fellows in Health Innovation.
A new free online course led by the University of Exeter describes translational genomic studies in Amish families affected by genetic conditions, to define the benefits of community genetics as a field of medicine.
The University of Exeter’s European Centre for Environment and Human Health has been designated as a Collaborating Centre by the World Health Organization.
The University of Exeter has been awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education for the pivotal role it has played to expose the devastating effect that plastics pollution has on the health of humans and wildlife.
Leading climate, environment and health academics from the University of Exeter have been recognised as being amongst the world’s most influential researchers, according to a prestigious new ranking.
Attomarker, a pioneering spin-out company based at the University of Exeter, is featured in an exhibition at the Science Museum in London.
Animal Free Research UK has recognised a researcher at the University of Exeter as among the best in the country in developing and training researchers in an alternative approach to using animals in laboratory research.
Two world-leading professors are joining the University of Exeter Medical School as part of a £6 million expansion in diabetes research.
A rising research star at the University of Exeter Medical School has been awarded the illustrious Diabetes UK RD Lawrence Fellowship.
According to the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change, which includes the University of Exeter, countries and cities are responding to the growing threat that global warming poses.
A leading expert on how fungal diseases affect human lungs will join the University of Exeter next year.
A protein that is linked with Alzheimer’s Disease has been found to be more likely to affect certain parts of brain cells that send messages than other parts of the cells.
Data scientists, artificial intelligence experts and clinicians are among a range of professionals invited to join a new national network to find innovative ways of conducting dementia research and care.
A series of items about antidepressant use on Radio 4s PM programme featuring a collaborative project between the universities of Exeter and Plymouth, has been shortlisted for an award at the Mind Mental Health awards.
Scientists have developed a pioneering new technique that can detect and diagnose one of the most common types of cancer within seconds - using light.
The University of Exeter will welcome young people from underrepresented backgrounds wishing to pursue a career as a doctor to the second MSC Summer School, funded by Health Education England.
The University of Exeter is collaborating in a £2.2 million project to improve how researchers and health and social care services can use data to improve the care and quality of life for care home residents, families and staff.
Work is now under way to construct a cutting-edge new imaging centre expected to rapidly accelerate dementia research and improve healthcare.
In a time when people are living longer, but with more complex healthcare needs, GPs are increasingly using social prescribing to help manage conditions.
Prestigious Athena SWAN awards have just been granted to two University of Exeter departments to recognise their commitment to gender equality.
The University of Exeter will lead an international project to investigate the hidden impact of adaptation measures designed to protect flood-prone communities worldwide.
The largest study ever to look at why an expensive and commonly–used group of drugs fails some patients with Crohn’s disease has identified a genetic marker which could individualise drug treatment.
The University of Exeter has received a substantial £1.2 million of funding to further understanding into antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
The University of Exeter College of Medicine and Health celebrated student and academic staff successes across the college at an award ceremony in Cornwall.
Research shows that only half of children affected by domestic violence and abuse are known to social services and only 42 per cent receive support from a specialist abuse service.
Living close to the sea could support better mental health in England’s poorest urban communities, finds a new study published today in the journal Health and Place.
Alzheimer’s Research UK has committed nearly £30,000 to support pioneering dementia research at the University of Exeter.
A new calculator developed by the University of Exeter will help clinicians classify whether a patient has type 1 or type 2 diabetes, ensuring they get the best treatment and reducing complications.
The first intake of nurses today (Monday September 23) embark on a ground-breaking new pre-registration Masters programme at the University of Exeter.
A poignant public art display will shine the spotlight on the pivotal, yet often unseen, role played by family carers across both Devon and the wider UK.
New research has shown how parental engagement has a positive effect on a child’s academic attainment – regardless of age or socio-economic status.
New research shows that specialist measuring of the lens in the eye can predict patients with type 2 diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) (also known as prediabetes, a condition that often leads to full blown type 2 diabetes).
A survey for parents, carers, and health professionals has launched to assess how the NHS manages continence for children with disabilities or special educational needs.
A pioneering research project to improve lives for people with dementia in care homes has been nominated for a prestigious award.
An academic specialising in diabetes and pregnancy has been recognised with an international award.
Two academics at the University of Exeter are set to receive prestigious awards from the Genetics Society.
Research involving the University of Exeter Medical School finds that the effect of taxing high sugar snacks is double that seen for a similar price increase on sugar sweetened drinks.
Body mass index (BMI) in infants, children and adults is influenced by different genetic factors that change as we age, according to a major new study.
Sexual selection can sometimes explain phenomena that natural selection alone cannot, and some bacteria could also exhibit sexual selection, researchers at the University of Exeter argue.
A top research centre focussed on tackling fungal diseases has relocated to the University of Exeter.
A spectacular weekend of sound, light, music and art will bring together regional and international artists to explore the connection between coastal living and wellbeing.
Large genetic study involving data from Exeter mothers and babies reveals new insights into pregnancy duration and the timing of delivery.
An expert in space medicine will be joining the University of Exeter as an Honorary Professor.
Two specially curated weekends of sound, light, music and art will unite local communities, regional and international artists to explore the connection between coastal living and wellbeing.
An Exeter academic has been involved in the launch of a how-to guide to help accelerate the use of ‘game-changing’ emergency treatment for acute stroke.
A new research review highlighting the hidden costs of dementia suggests that traditional measures only show the ‘tip of the iceberg’ of the cost impact on society.
Rising Star Catherine Talbot has been awarded for her research into how Twitter can help people with dementia.
A medical imaging student is attempting to become a double world record breaker in a rowing challenge with her mother who has a hearing impairment.
After leaving school after his GCSEs, a career in Medicine was far from one University of Exeter Medical School student’s expectations.
Apathy is the most common neuropsychiatric symptom of dementia, with a bigger impact on function than memory loss – yet it is under-researched and often forgotten in care.
A new study has concluded that people who wear a hearing aid for age-related hearing problems maintain better brain function over time than those who do not.
An Exeter academic has been selected to become part of a brand new nurse and midwife research initiative.
Living a healthy lifestyle may help offset a person’s genetic risk of dementia, according to new research.
An Exeter researcher has won an award at an international Alzheimer’s conference, in recognition of his work in contributing to possible new treatments for symptoms of neurodegenerative disease.
A partnership that carries out health research in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, with direct benefits to patients’ health and NHS care delivery, has secured a further £9m in funding for the next five years.
A prehistoric gas and tiny microscopic worms are part of a bid to find new treatments for a group of rare genetic children’s diseases, thanks to a $200,000 award from US charity The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation.
A new study has shown that people in the advanced stage of multiple sclerosis (MS) experience significant improvements in movement and balance thanks to a specialised standing frame.
£10 million funding for pioneering new Centre for Resilience in Environment, Water and Waste announced
A £10.5 million investment will fund a pioneering new collaborative research centre, designed to solve some of the most pressing global environmental challenges of our time.
Staff and students from the University of Exeter Medical School treated nearly 5,000 patients at Glastonbury Festival, including a case of mumps.
Depression is common in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), but the actual causes of depression in this group are unknown.
Techniques developed by astronomers could help in the fight against breast and skin cancer.
Health professionals across the world can now register for the first certified online-only genomics programme in which students do not need to visit the university.
A newly funded Masters programme at the University of Exeter will equip health professionals with the skills to use big data in the NHS.
The public is invited to see women in science present their research in Princesshay on Saturday June 29.
Policies to improve air quality in the UK over the past 40 years have led to significant reductions in pollution and associated mortality rates, a new study has found.
Latest research in general practice in frontline care will be showcased in the 48th annual Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) Conference arrives at the University of Exeter.
A £6 million Government award will enable Exeter’s globally-renowned diabetes research to expand to the next level, enabling even more benefit to patient care.
Blood tests that detect inflammation, known as inflammatory marker tests, are not sensitive enough to rule out serious underlying conditions.
Spending at least two hours a week in nature may be a crucial threshold for promoting health and wellbeing, according to a new large-scale study.
Our world-leading diabetes research is underpinned by our expertise in genomics and cutting-edge innovation in technology.
Patients consulting their doctor by video link could reduce the need for GP visits but it is not suitable for everyone, a pilot study has found.
Team England have come calling for Doctor Claire Eatock from the University of Exeter Medical School to represent her country in the World Surf Kayak Championships.
A University of Exeter Medical School undergraduate’s poster has been celebrated at the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) Congress in Lisbon.
A Medical Sciences student at the University of Exeter Medical School has won a prestigious award at the annual Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY) awards.
An expert working to improve the mental health of children has been awarded CBE for her role in helping to transform health services and schools in the UK.
Medical Imaging rises to 4th place in Guardian rankings
Medical Imaging student Rupert Maclaren is the first ever University of Exeter student elected onto the Society of Radiographers UK Council as Student Observer.
The Undergraduate Student Conference has won the Event of the Year award, during the University of Exeter Students’ Guild Awards 2019.
People working in the fishing industry have among the poorest health of all workers in England and Wales, new research suggests.
The University of Exeter Medical School has entered the top 10 Universities for Medicine of 34 in the UK, in the influential Complete University Guide.
The University of Exeter is to be a major sponsor of one of Cornwall’s leading awards for digital innovation.
New funding will help researchers unlock questions about the common genetic iron overload condition, haemochromatosis.
Medical Sciences Students at the University of Exeter Medical School shone bright in the Exeter Student Engagement Recognition Awards.
The mental health of children and young people with some long term physical conditions could benefit from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), according to a recent study from the University of Exeter Medical School.
A local cancer support charity project, founded by University of Exeter Medical School students, is launching a book to promote open conversation about cancer.
GPs in some surgeries estimate that up to half of their patients are seeking help for mental health issues caused or exacerbated by poverty, according to a new study.
A revolutionary new study using only materials derived from humans has revealed that insulin-producing beta cells can change their function in diabetes – and that this change may be reversible.
Three undergraduate students from the University of Exeter Medical School have been working with world-leading centres for neuroscience research, based in Tokyo.
New research has identified how a carer’s experience can impact on the ability of a person with dementia to ‘live well’ with the condition.
Researchers have found that addressing attitudes to menstruation may be necessary to improve well-being in low and middle-income countries, far more than simply better access to sanitary products.
World-renowned diabetes researcher Professor Andrew Hattersley has been named as one of ‘The Nation’s Lifesavers’ in the Made@Uni campaign.
Older adults who regularly take part in word and number puzzles have sharper brains, according to the largest online study to date.
The University of Exeter has entered the world top 20 for Biomedical and Health Sciences, rising 12 places in an influential international ranking of the research quality of thousands of universities worldwide.
If you go down to Princesshay, you’ll be in for a big surprise. Bring your teddy bears along, all shapes and styles, and learn about clinical trials.
The University of Exeter’s pioneering new Nursing programme has received official approval from the Nursing and Midwifery council.
Experts in machine learning and dementia research convening at the University of Exeter identified that machine learning can be used to predict incorrect initial diagnoses.
Robotic pets that respond to human interaction can benefit the health and wellbeing of older people living in care homes, a study from the University of Exeter Medical School has found.
Potentially life-saving cancer risk assessment tools are being widely underused by general practices across the UK, according to new research.
A Senior Lecturer has won the University of Exeter Teaching Award following her nomination by students.
Leading experts in science from the University of Exeter will bring their research from the lab to the pub for the UK’s largest festival of public science talks.
The largest study of its kind has led to new insights into the complex relationships surrounding how mothers’ and babies’ genes influence birth weight.
More than a third of people over the age of 30 who are initially diagnosed with type 2 diabetes actually have type 1, meaning they are not receiving the right treatment, new research has revealed.
A new study from the University of Exeter Medical School has shown that a person’s characteristics such as weight and age at diabetes diagnosis provide a simple way to select the diabetes drug that is likely to be best for them.
The first ever conference for people with Aphantasia – no visual imagination – took place in Exeter, and is the largest known gathering of people who experience the phenomenon.
Researchers have discovered a key clue into the development of the pancreas and brain by studying rare patients born without a pancreas.
A banner created by people with dementia working with a trio of well-known artists has been unfurled at a special ceremony in Exeter this month.
New research updates guidance to clinicians on how best to treat patients with type 2 diabetes who do not respond to glucose-lowering medication.
Scientists could be a step closer to providing more precise pollen forecasts to the 25% of the UK population who live with either asthma or hay fever.
The largest genetic study of its kind ever to use accelerometer data to examine how we slumber has uncovered a number of parts of our genetic code that could be responsible for causing poor sleep quality and duration.
Applying the economics of climate change to antimicrobial resistance could help to avert the 10 million deaths that are predicted to occur by 2050 if urgent action isn’t taken, research involving the University of Exeter finds.
A new national experiment gets underway today, aiming to shed light on how ‘listening to nature’ could boost wellbeing.
A new rehabilitation programme which helps heart failure patients achieve better quality of life from the comfort of their own homes will now be rolled out at four NHS centres across the UK.
Exeter clinicians and researchers help shape proposals to improve stroke services in Northern Ireland
Pioneering work by a senior NHS clinician and a team of researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School, has been incorporated in proposals to improve stroke care for patients in Northern Ireland.
Research to improve diagnosis and treatment of diabetes by The University of Exeter Medical School has been shortlisted for The Guardian Research Impact Award.
The Executive Dean of the University of Exeter Medical School has won a prestigious international award recognising his outstanding research and leadership.
Two student researchers have presented their work to MPs in a national undergraduate exhibition at the Houses of Parliament.
One of the largest ever clinical trials in children with epilepsy, which aims to find out which treatment approach works best for children and their families, is launching today.
Exeter’s popular museum is opening its doors to people living with dementia, and their carers, in a series of bespoke dementia-friendly events.
The University of Exeter has partnered with a Westcountry-based medical equipment specialist to test a world first approach to recycling anaesthetics which are routinely used in operations.
A Devon family have raised £5,200 to support research at the University of Exeter Medical School and Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (RD&E), to investigate the disease that killed a much-loved husband and father.
The first ever exhibition of paintings and works of art created by artists who have no “mind’s eye” will cast new light on the creative brain when it goes comes to Exeter in March.
A Medicine student from the University of Exeter Medical School has organised the first ever International Social Prescribing Day.
Three academics from the University of Exeter Medical School were recognised for research excellence at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference (DUKPC).
A Professor who has helped make great strides in life-saving cancer diagnosis in the UK has collected his CBE from Buckingham Palace.
A world-leading diabetes specialist at the University of Exeter Medical School has received an NHS award for improving health outcomes for patients.
The University of Exeter invites staff, students and members of the public to learn more about the human brain as part of Brain Awareness Week.
Pupils from schools across Devon, Dorset and Somerset will use scientific techniques commonly seen in TV crime dramas to help solve the mystery of who sabotaged Devon’s very own Bake Off.
A University of Exeter researcher has been awarded the Cavanagh Prize, selected as the top nominee from candidates across Europe.
Exeter Scholars, the University’s pioneering fair access programme, has been shortlisted in the prestigious Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2019.
Exeter Medicine students have had a second year of success with their highly acclaimed South West Plastic Surgery Conference.
A study has identified 76 new gene regions associated with sleep duration.
A simple and inexpensive test to measure the body’s insulin levels is helping clinicians to determine what type of diabetes a patient has, meaning many people with diabetes can change treatment.
An academic from the University of Exeter Medical School is the first nurse ever to be awarded the Arnold Bloom lecture, at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference.
A world-leading diabetes specialist at the University of Exeter Medical School is one of only two nominated to receive the highly prestigious NHS Healthcare Scientist of the Year award.
New research has concluded that anxiety can be a factor in poor school attendance among children and young people.
New guidelines will help GPs get the best outcomes for older people with diabetes after they were changed to include specific advice around frailty.
The largest study ever to look at why an expensive and commonly used group of drugs fails patients with Crohn’s disease has concluded that standardised drug doses are often too low.
New research has outlined a simple way to measure continuity of care for GPs, to benefit patients.
A genetic discovery will make treatment for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis safer, by identifying patients who are at risk of potentially deadly drug side effects.
A large-scale genomic study has identified which genes could be responsible for keeping you awake at night – which in turn could cause depression or heart disease.
Scientists have discovered new ways in which the body regulates blood clots, in a discovery which could one day lead to the development of better treatments that could help prevent and treat conditions including heart diseases, stroke and vascular dementia.
The University of Exeter’s fundraising campaign, ‘Making the Exceptional Happen’ has exceeded £50 million of philanthropic donations, taking the total to nearly 84% of target with less than two years to go.
Two academics from the University of Exeter’s Medical School have been invited to speak at multiple conferences in the House of Commons to give evidence on the renewal of national health policies.
A fourth year Medicine student has published her research paper in a national academic journal.
More than 200 students have attended the Undergraduate Student Conference which offered the opportunity to present unique research interests.
A large-scale genomic analysis has revealed some of the inner workings of the body clock, shedding new light on how it links to mental health and disease.
GPs should consider larynx cancer when patients report a persistent sore throat, particularly when combined with other seemingly low-level symptoms.
Researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School have been awarded up to £900,000 to fund leading research into epigenetic causes of dementia.
A support programme to help parents of disabled children stay healthy in mind and body has received a funding boost of nearly £40,000 from the Big Lottery Fund, the largest community funder in the UK, to help it expand.
Ground breaking data which could help companies develop new ways of supporting people to live healthier and happier lives was officially launched at Heartlands today by Cornish based-research project Smartline.
A new way of screening babies and adults for future risk of type 1 diabetes will be much more effective at identifying the condition than current methods, new research has concluded.
The Western world’s most common genetic disorder causes far higher levels of serious disease and disability than previously thought, despite being easy to detect and treat.
A renowned academic will join the University of Exeter to lead a research team that specialises in health technology assessment.
Researchers who specialise in optimising health services worked with health trusts to produce evidence that secured £8 million in funding for a new mental health ward at Torbay Hospital.
Two placement year students have presented their work at a prominent international neuroscience conference.