Queen Mary University of London
Public research university in London, England
Queen Mary has a long, proud and distinctive history built on four historic institutions stretching back to 1785 and beyond.
Our founding institutions are: St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College, London Hospital Medical College, Westfield College and Queen Mary College.
All four institutions were founded to improve the lives of people with less privilege. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College and The London Hospital Medical College were established to improve the health of the local communities in the City and east London. Westfield College and Queen Mary College provided education to women and working class communities in the East End, respectively, at a time when these groups faced extreme barriers to education.
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The Guardian - 09-Jun-2022
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Live longer with good health by drinking ground coffee every day
Independent - 10-Feb-2022
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Whole genome sequencing: a breakthrough approach to diagnose rare diseases
Guardian - 10-Nov-2021
Screening people at risk of genetic diseases thereby reducing the burden of health care costsRead more...
Experts devise newest epigenetic clock for anti-ageing drugs discovery
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 03-Jun-2020
Showed impressive results based on experiments in vitro and in vivo, but more work to be doneRead more...
Scientists develop a new epigenetic clock
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 02-Jun-2020
The clock accurately predicts biological age & can help develop anti ageing drugsRead more...
Even 25 cups of coffee a day is safe for the heart
Independent - 03-Jun-2019
MRI scans show no detrimental effects on arteriesRead more...
Even low levels of air pollution can damage heart
BBC - 03-Aug-2018
Scientists found a link between air pollution and larger ventricles in the heartRead more...
One cigarette almost always leads to a regular habit
Guardian - 10-Jan-2018
69% of people who try a cigarette end up smoking daily for some period of time. Providing fewer ...Read more...
New protein discovered in aging and cancer
Medical Xpress - 07-Mar-2017
Study describes a new way that senescent cells communicate via the expression of integrin membran...Read more...