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Staff within the Lincoln Institute for Health (LIH) undertake research which spans the pathway from ‘bench to bedside’ and ‘cell to community’. Our research focus encompasses biomedicine and disease (including molecular and cell biology), drug design and development (bench), and practice and policy related research into quality improvement in health and social care and the effective translation of research findings into clinical and professional practice (bedside and community). All of our research is underpinned by the concept of the Lincoln ‘Living Lab’ – creating and conducting responsive research in partnership with service users, health practitioners and organisations, industry and policy makers.

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    • 11 JAN 17
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    LIH Research Development Seminar – 25th January 2017

    Professor Paul Squires from the School of Life Sciences will lead the next LIH Research Development Seminar entitled, Conversations between cells, tissues and research groups: it’s good to talk Wednesday 25th January 2017 12pm-2pm* Minerva Building,  Room MB3203 My area of interest is in diabetes and our research examines how cells interact with each other in health and disease.  The Group

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    • 17 OCT 16
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    E-cigarettes: controversies within the controversy

    MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN AND LINCOLNSHIRE COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICE NHS TRUST PUBLISH ARTICLE IN “THE LANCET”  University of Lincoln and Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust have just had an article published in the prestigious Lancet medical journal: http://www.thelancet.com/action/showFullTextImages?pii=S2213-2600%2816%2930312-5 This has been a multidisciplinary collaboration between the Lincoln Institute for Health, School of Pharmacy, School of Chemistry and Lincolnshire Community

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