News and events
Scientists have mapped structure of complex – a target for diseases including strokes and heart attacks
Our researchers discover use for phages in fighting Clostridium difficile
Sugar molecules found to be effective inhibitors of HIV virus
First student to be awarded PhD under longstanding link with university in Ethiopia
Cutting edge research on display at the University of Leicester on 27 June 2013
University of Leicester researchers featured in BBC programmes discussing the use of phages and a 'Star-Trek Bed' in medicine
University of Leicester researcher plays role in winning YouTube video for NIHRC competition
A team from Leicester’s Hospitals and the University of Leicester have created an innovative software tool
Professor Wilhelm Schwaeble’s research on the body’s responses to infections and its implications in inflammatory disease has been recognised
Dr Erol Gaillard receives more funding to aid in research for sick babies and children.
New blog post by College Director of Research.
University of Leicester scientists in two separate research groups have secured funding for state-of-the-art equipment that will particularly benefit work on child health.
Leicester academic explains why it’s been a bad year.
Politics poster pips peers to prestigious prize at postgraduate proceedings.
Journal of Cell Science has recognised outstanding work by Leicester PhD student Carla Lopes.
‘Three Is’ department recognised for gender equality work, University award renewed.
Congratulations to Sarah Hosgood, winners of this year’s Sir Peter Medawar Medal.
A team of researchers from the University of Leicester, Leicester’s Hospitals and the University of Loughborough are in the running for a prestigious medical award.
Transplant specialists are improving the quality of donor kidneys by flushing them with oxygenated blood prior to transplantation
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media.