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Canada’s response to an ageing population: the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging

The three principal investigators on the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, Drs Raina, Wolfson and Kirkland, discuss their approach to the design of Canada’s...
The Precision Medicine and Biomarkers Leaders Summit 2018

The Precision Medicine and Biomarkers Leaders Summit 2018

Leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies worldwide are gathering for the Precision Medicine and Biomarkers Leaders Summit 2018. We provide an overview of the event. In...
An overview of the Neurotech Investing and Partnering Conference

An overview of the Neurotech Investing and Partnering Conference

Health Europa shines a spotlight on the 13th annual Neurotech Investing and Partnering Conference, which took place in Boston, USA, in May. The 21st Century...
Celebrating 40 years since the first test tube baby was born

Celebrating 40 years since the first test tube baby was born

Experts will gather to celebrate 40 years since the world’s first test tube baby conceived by IVF in Greater Manchester, UK, was born. Louise Brown...
Seeing is believing: the need for in vivo imaging in cell therapies

Seeing is believing: the need for in vivo imaging in cell therapies

Dr Mangala Srinivas, from the Multiscale Imaging Lab, discusses some of the challenges facing cell therapies and how they might be overcome. Cell therapy’ –...
Highlights of the 2018 European Association of Urology Congress

Highlights of the 2018 European Association of Urology Congress

Health Europa showcases some of the breakthrough research to have emerged from the 2018 European Association of Urology Congress. The Netherlands-based European Association of Urology...
Positive progress in antimicrobial resistance prevention across the globe

Positive progress in antimicrobial resistance prevention across the globe

Countries are making substantial progress in tackling the ever growing issue of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), however, serious gaps still remain and require urgent action,...
The past, present and future of Wageningen Bioveterinary Research

The past, present and future of Wageningen Bioveterinary Research

Dr Riks Maas and Professor Jeroen Kortekaas discuss the pioneering work of Wageningen Bioveterinary Research in the fields of viral vaccine development and animal...
Cancer treatment could benefit from a major new discovery in DNA

Cancer treatment could benefit from a major new discovery in DNA

Major positive implications for cancer treatment could be on the horizon as scientists have made a discovery about how cells repair broken strands of...
How should we judge the NHS at 70?

How should we judge the NHS at 70?

The Health Foundation’s Dr Jennifer Dixon reflects on the myriad challenges facing the NHS as the pioneering healthcare service turns 70. The NHS was founded...
One million Iraqis could see loss of health facilities due to funding gap

One million Iraqis could see loss of health facilities due to funding gap

Critical health facilities in Iraq are facing closures due to a lack of funding, which leaves nearly one million people without access to basic...
World Vaccine Congress Europe

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

The World Vaccine Congress Europe is the place to be for the latest news and developments in vaccine research – from antimicrobial resistance to...

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