Updated data from the landmark OCTAVE study show, for the first time, the real-world vaccine responses and infection outcomes in clinically at-risk patients with a range of immunocompromised or immunosuppressed conditions.
A final year medical student who has worked tirelessly to raise awareness of the health inequalities experienced by marginalised groups, has been awarded the University of Sheffield’s Chancellor’s Medal.
A new AI tool that could help doctors assess the early signs of dementia and Alzheimer’s more quickly and efficiently, has been developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield.
BCC Director General, Shevaun Haviland, will use an appearance at a key Climate Change debate today to call for Government to set out a clear pathway for business on Net Zero.
A ground-breaking experimental medicine programme that will enable researchers to more rapidly screen potential drugs in people with motor neuron disease (MND, also known as ALS), is announced today on Global MND Awareness Day.
The Baton of Hope comes to Sheffield with 2 events! Here to challenge the status quo and highlight ways in which society can shake itself free from the stagnation in UK suicide statistics.
Sheffield Hallam University has hosted the first-of-its-kind Healthcare Analytics and AI conference, bringing together healthcare professionals, data scientists and researchers.
The Vice-Chancellor of La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, has met students and toured some of Sheffield Hallam’s world-leading facilities during a visit to the University to reaffirm the global partnership between the two institutions.
A new £4 million digital healthcare hub to tackle healthcare inequalities is set to transform how patients are treated in South Yorkshire