Centre for Stress and Age-related Disease

STRAND research centre of excellence

Prof Michael Wormstone “Trying to look better after cataract surgery: A story of old bags, wrinkles and implants” 27th May 2022 Cockcroft C201

“Trying to look better after cataract surgery: A story of old bags, wrinkles and implants” Prof. Michael Wormstone Friday 25th March Cockcroft 201

“Transgender participation and health in sport, and why gender-affirming hormone treatment (GAHT) is the best way to integrate” Blair Hamilton, PhD

PhD Recruitment Evening, 15th November

  PhD students from STRAND coordinated an evening of presentations followed by a Q&A and a social event designed to provide information about what it is like studying for a PhD at Brighton.  The evening was attended by 25 undergraduates… Continue Reading →

STRAND Seminar 10 December 16.15-17.15 hours Cockcroft 201

Become part of the STRAND PhD community 15th November 17.15-19.00 hours Huxley Foyer & H300

New STRAND Student Enrichment Seminar

This Wednesday see’s the start of the STRAND Student Enrichment Seminar Series, with Dr Peter Cragg, will talk about his work in the detection of chemical nerve agents with specific examples from Dr Cragg’s previous work as well as the… Continue Reading →

STRAND visit Alzheimer’s UK at the Amex

Researchers from STRAND recently attended an Alzheimer’s UK Public Engagement event at the American Express Community Stadium.  The event attracted over 140 members of the public along with researchers from 5 south coast universities.  This was an excellent chance for the… Continue Reading →

TNF-α antagonist etanercept reverses age-related increases in constipation in mice

In an exciting new paper led by STRAND Researchers Dr Bhavik Patel, Dr Mel Flint and Dr Mark Yeoman, alongside colleagues from The Open University examining a potential novel treatment class for chronic constipation has been published in the prestigious  Nature Scientific Reports…. Continue Reading →

Mapping G-protein coupled receptor signalling pathways

Recent work by STRAND Member Kok Choi Kong has been published in the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. The paper is important as studies in transfected cells have established that G protein-coupled receptors… Continue Reading →

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