Failure to use linked electronic health records may lead to biased estimates of disease incidence and outcome, researchers warn in a paper published online today in the British Medical Journal.
The Wellcome Trust is now inviting applications for a new scheme, Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowships for Clinicians. These support the most talented clinical academics wishing to pursue their research interests at a postdoctoral level.
Some of the UK's leading neuroscientists, stem cell biologists, psychologists and psychiatrists are uniting to break down scientific barriers in a bid to solve the mystery of mental illness and neurological conditions.
A new research project aims to shed light on what happens to the brain as young people mature, as part of a £5.4 million project funded by the Wellcome Trust.
The Wellcome Trust, in conjunction with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is offering opportunities for early-career researchers to carry out interdisciplinary research at MIT.
The Wellcome Trust has awarded a £5 million Seeding Drug Discovery award to GlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK) to support its open approach to discovering and developing urgently needed new treatments for diseases of low-income countries.
The Wellcome Trust has joined with the Public Library of Science and Google to launch the Accelerating Science Award Program (ASAP) to recognise the use of scientific research, published through open access, that has led to innovations in any field that benefit society.
Resistance to the frontline antimalarial drug, artemisinin, can be identified and tracked by analysing the genetic fingerprint of parasite populations, a study published online today in ‘Nature Genetics’ demonstrates.
Researchers have uncovered details of a mechanism that bacteria use to avoid the effects of antibiotics, which could pave the way for developing new drugs to counteract antibiotic resistance.
An experimental antibiotic for Clostridium difficile infections developed with support from the Wellcome Trust has successfully completed a phase I clinical trial and is well tolerated by healthy volunteers.
A study, led by researchers at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, highlights the importance of zebrafish as a model organism for human disease research.
Epigenesis, a computer game developed by Dead Shark Triplepunch from Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden, has won Make Something Unreal Live 2013, the European student game development competition.