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Health

QUEEN’S AWARDED OVER $1.67 MILLION TO RESEARCH LINK BETWEEN DEMENTIA AND POST-OPERATIVE DELIRIUM

Why are people who experience post-operative delirium – a sudden change in attention, awareness or thinking after surgery – at an increased risk of developing dementia? Queen’s research may have the answer.

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UnIvErSITY NEWS

QUEEN’S WELCOMES ANNOUNCEMENT OF WALK-IN COVID-19 TEST CENTRE ON CAMPUS

A new COVID-19 testing centre at Queen’s opening tomorrow (Friday 25 September) will provide students and staff – and members of the public – with greater access to testing. 

Sport

SUPPORT OUR GAME PLAN – CELEBRATING QUEEN’S SPORT

The development of new sports web pages reflects the significance of sport in the life of the University and its community and gives graduates a chance to get more involved.

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Teaching

LAUNCH OF NEW MEDICAL CURRICULUM TO ADDRESS CHANGING NEEDS OF NI’S HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

An innovative new curriculum, which places the patient at the centre of medical teaching and will equip Queen’s students to become competent and confident doctors, has been introduced.

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Health

STUDY REVEALS PROSTATE CANCER AFFECTS QUALITY OF LIFE FOR UP TO FIVE YEARS POST DIAGNOSIS

Survivors of prostate cancer may need support to manage stress levels, which are believed to increase men’s vulnerability to adjustment issues and lead to poor psychological health, according to the latest international study led by Queen’s.

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Health

QUEEN'S ACADEMICS AWARDED SHARE OF £7.2M TO SUPPORT CANCER PATIENTS AFFECTED BY PANDEMIC

Interdisciplinary partnerships in five UK regional cancer centres and 20 developing countries are set to support communities across the world already vulnerable due to existing long-term conflict, food and water shortages and crowded living conditions.

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University News

QUEEN'S ACADEMICS AWARDED GOLD MEDALS FROM THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY

Two leading Queen’s academics have received the ultimate accolade in scholarly achievement in Ireland – the first such ‘double’ in the history of the Royal Irish Academy.

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Health

GENE DISCOVERY HAS POTENTIAL TO PREVENT HEART AND CIRCULATORY COMPLICATIONS IN DIABETES PATIENTS

A high level of a protein gene called QKI-7 is a key factor in the malfunction of the blood vessels cells that cause heart complications in people with diabetes, according to the latest findings from Queen’s researchers.

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Business

QUEEN'S KTP TEAM WINS FOUR AWARDS AT THE KTP ‘BEST OF THE BEST’ AWARDS 2020

A UK leader in KTP development and delivery, Queen’s award-winning collaborations with over Northern Ireland 400 companies, are helping to grow business and open up new opportunities through innovation within industry.

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Graduate, Staff and Student News

FOOD FOR THOUGHT – CALL FOR QUEEN’S LOCKDOWN RECIPES

What was your ‘go to’ recipe during the lockdown? Did you try preparing any new dishes in the last four months? Have you any clever tips for cooking for one, or for a family? Tell us and we’ll share your recipes in our new ‘Food for Thought’ website.

 

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