New research led by Queen’s University Belfast indicates that urgent action is required to reduce the number of road traffic accidents which can be attributed to poor vision.
Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast are studying how people aged 50 years and older across Northern Ireland have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
New research finds that Covid-19-related lockdowns have led to a marked reduction in walking in lower-income areas of major metropolises in the United States.
Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast are conducting three new research projects which will study the various factors affecting brain health as we age.
Dr. Úna McMenamin has been awarded Future Leaders Fellowships as part of a new investment announced today by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
With an overwhelming amount of new evidence coming to light around COVID-19, Centre for Public Health colleagues help provide accessible summaries through Evidence Aid.
A big congratulations to CPH's very own Dr Ruth Hogg who has received the College of Optometrists 2019 Neil Charman Medal for outstanding research by a College member in recognition of her work on macular disease.
Queen’s University Belfast has a proud tradition in Cancer Research and its translation into improving the lives of our citizens, locally, nationally and internationally.
Results from a study evaluating the economic, environmental, health and social impacts of the Connswater Community Greenway were announced at an event held at Riddel Hall (25th March).
Congratulations to Queen’s University research experts who were named in the UK’s top 25 most influential researchers who study diabetes complications.
Queen’s University Belfast will hosting AIMday Big Data, AI and the One Health Agenda on Friday 19th October 2018 at Riddel Hall, Queen’s University Belfast.
The European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications Study Group (EASDec) held its 28th Annual Meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Thursday 24th May to Saturday 26th May 2018.
Dr Emma Cunningham, Academic Clinical Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine, was presented with the 2017 Perioperative Cognition Professional Interest Area Travel Award, at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in London last month, for her work showing an association between biological markers of Alzheimer's Disease and acute confusion following surgery.
This study was carried out in Queen's University Belfast and the Belfast Trust in collaboration with University College London and shows for the first time an association between individual cerebrospinal fluid markers of Alzheimer's disease and the development of delirium in the first few days after planned hip and knee replacement surgery.
Economy Minister Simon Hamilton has announced £3.6million of research funding for five research projects involving Queen’s University Belfast.