Professor Penny Gowland has been appointed as chair of the University Research Integrity and Research Ethics Committee. […]
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The School of Physics and Astronomy has been recognised for its work in encouraging and supporting […]
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An image similar in shape to a swallow’s tail has been identified as a new and accurate test for Parkinson’s disease.
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Tags: Dr Nin Bajaj, Medical Research Council, Movement Disorder Diseases, National Institute for Health Research, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Parkinson’s disease, PLOS ONE, Professor Dorothee Auer, Professor Penny Gowland, Queen’s Medical Centre, Sarah Matheson Trust, School of Medicine, Sir Peter Mansfield Magnetic Resonance Centre, Stefan Schwarz, The ‘Swallow Tail’ Appearance of the Healthy Nigrosome — A New Accurate Test of Parkinson's Disease: A Case-Control and Retrospective Cross-Sectional MRI Study at 3T