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University of Exeter

UK university and member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive UK universities

At the University of Exeter we combine teaching excellence and high levels of student satisfaction with world class research at our campuses in Exeter and Cornwall. We are a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities. Our success is built on a strong partnership with our students and a clear focus on high performance.

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Details last updated 28-Nov-2019

People at University of Exeter

Janice Ranson

Senior Research Fellow at University of Exeter and Deputy Director of DEMON Network

Lorna Harries

Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter

David Plans

Senior Lecturer in Organizational Neuroscience

Iza Kavedžija

Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at the University of Exeter.

Robert Beardmore

Professor of Mathematical Biosciences at the University of Exeter.

Ann Gallagher

Head of the Academy of Nursing at the University of Exeter.

David Llewellyn

Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Digital Health at the University of Exeter, Alan Turing Institute Fellow.

Mathew White

Environmental Psychologist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter.

James Scourse

Professor of Physical Geography at University of Exeter

Luke Pilling

Research Fellow at University of Exeter Medical School.

Sarah J Richardson

Associate Professor in Cellular Biomedicine, University of Exeter Medical School

Noel Morgan

Professor of Endocrine Pharmacology at University of Exeter Medical School

Andrew Hattersley

Professor of Molecular Medicine at the University of Exeter and world-leading diabetes expert.

Nick Thomas

Diabetes specialist at University of Exeter.

Katarina Kos

Clinical academic researching obesity and its links to diabetes.

Linda Clare

Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia at University of Exeter.

Caroline Wright

Senior Lecturer in Genomics at the University of Exeter.

Clive Ballard

Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean at Exeter University.

University of Exeter News

Proteomic Aging Clock (PAC) analyses blood proteins to estimate biological age

Live Forever Club - 21-Jan-2024

PAC could personalise healthcare and guide development of anti-ageing therapies


Socialize, sweat, eat right: your lifestyle guide to delaying dementia

HuffPost - 08-Jan-2024

New study finds 15 hidden risks and protective lifestyle habits of early dementia


Exeter's company SENISCA raises £2 million to treat age-related chronic diseases

University of Exeter - 09-Jun-2022

Funding might allow RNA-based rejuvenation tech to enter ex vivo lab tests


Studies prove relationship between sleep onset timing and risk of developing CVD

BBC - 09-Nov-2021

Sleep health: An important contributor to a person’s general health


SENISCA secures 1.3 million pounds to transform anti-ageing technology

University of Exeter - 12-Mar-2021

Spin out company from University of Exeter step forward towards precision medicine for age-related diseases


A clock that tells how ageing brain could be linked to dementia

Science Focus - 29-Oct-2020

Will explain why some brains age faster and make people susceptible to certain diseases


Taking the new path in the field of senolytics - SENISCA

Longevity Technology - 29-Jul-2020

Old cells will be more young and beautiful


Pace of human biological ageing can now be measured via blood test

Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health - 05-May-2020

Can aid future trials of therapies aiming at preventing diseases and slowing ageing


Two types of type 1 diabetes in children: Endotype 1 and Endotype 2

University of Exeter - 16-Mar-2020

This new understanding of the disease process could even lead to a cure in the future


Comprehensive history and explanation of senescent cells

The Scientist - 01-Mar-2020

Including the latest on clinical trials of first-generation senolytics


Climate change poses existential threat to civilisation

Guardian - 27-Nov-2019

Floods, war and chaos would destroy hopes of finding a cure of ageing


Genetic testing kits at home - risk of false positives

Guardian - 21-Jul-2019

Be careful of what these genetic tests might tell you


UK policies are successful in reducing air pollution

The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology - 26-Jun-2019

Clean Air Strategy could be the key to eliminating air pollution in UK


Two hours of nature per week may improve health and wellbeing

New Scientist - 22-Jun-2019

No need for physical activity during these 2 hours, just sit back and relax


Diabetics have insulin cells, but lost their function

EurekAlert! - 17-May-2019

Diabetes can be reversed, at least in the lab; Could lead to potential therapies in humans


Cellular aging halted by hydrogen sulfide gas

Medical News Today - 07-Aug-2018

3 compounds designed to deliver minute amounts of hydrogen to mitochondria inhibit cellular aging


Deaths from drug resistance fungal infections rising

Independent - 17-May-2018

Fungi infections are dangerous and due to the lack of drugs they may become the next crisis


17 new genes linked to longer lifespan identified

Times Now News - 08-Nov-2017

A team of researchers have discovered 17 new genes linked to longer lifespan, which they say coul...


Anti-aging breakthrough could extend healthspan by making old cells young again

New Atlas - 08-Nov-2017

Instead of clearing out senescent cells scientists have found a way to rejuvenate them. New trea...


Antibiotic switching ‘evades bacterial resistance’

BBC - 09-Apr-2015

Research suggested that new way to combat drug resistance could be switching between two antibiot...