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News

News

Find out about what's been happening at the Clinic.

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Welcome to our new website!

Dec 2018: We’re excited to launch our new website.

Fantastic Fundraisers

Dec 2018: It has been an award-winning year for fundraising in aid of the Anne Rowling Clinic. Together our fantastic fundraisers have raised over £61,000 in support of our vital research work.

New faces around the Clinic

Dec 2018: We’d like to introduce you to some of the people that have recently joined the Clinic staff team.

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MS SMART - First '3 in 1' MS trial completed

Oct 2018: Researchers have completed the MS-SMART clinical trial on multiple sclerosis (MS) in which 3 different drugs were tested at the same time instead of 1 by 1 by 1 - a world first in progressive neurological disease research. 

Award winner Sarah McGlasson

Sarah McGlasson wins Scopus Early Career Researcher Award

Oct 2018: Congratulations to postdoctoral researcher Sarah McGlasson, who has won the Elsevier / US-UK Fulbright Commission 2018 UK Early Career Researcher Award in Medicine.

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MS-STAT2 clinical drug trial open for recruitment

Aug 2018: MS-STAT2 is a UK-wide phase 3 clinical drug trial which will test simvastatin, a drug used to lower cholesterol, in people with secondary progressive MS (SPMS).

Summer 2018 e-newsletter

June 2018: The latest edition of our e-newsletter is now available.

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Speak:Unique on the road: a Scottish island-hopping adventure!

June 2018: The Speak:Unique team has been on the road, recording voices in the Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland.

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Medical Research Foundation's first Emerging Leaders Prize

Apr 2018: Dr David Hunt, a consultant at the Anne Rowling Clinic, has won first prize in the Medical Research Foundation's Emerging Leaders Prize.

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New Parkinson's disease research initiative

Apr 2018: A major Parkinson's disease research programme between Dundee and Edinburgh, which was launched last week, has the support of Dolly the Sheep scientist Prof Sir Ian Wilmut.

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Research Open Evening: 12th April 2018

Mar 2018: Meet researchers at our drop-in open evening next month.

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