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A new paper from the Heather and Tyler groups in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics has uncovered why patients with type 2 diabetes have less energy within their hearts, suggesting how therapy could be targeted to reverse the energy deficit.
4 September 2020
updates and opportunities
OMH Metabolomics Data Processing, Analysis and Visualisation Workshop. We ran a very successful online workshop for students and postdocs in September led by James McCullagh in Chemistry and will be planning another workshop later in the year. You can register your interest for this on the Events page.
Virtual OMH Symposium 2020, 30 June-3 July. Thank you to all our speakers, session Chairs and participants for making the third OMH Annual Symposium and first virtual event a success.
NIHR/Diabetes UK co-funding for Programme Grants for Applied Research. NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research is partnering with Diabetes UK in all programme grant application rounds open in 2020. For more information, go to the co-funding brief webpage.