Research Features Magazine – 115

Health science affects us all. Research Features is dedicated to making it accessible to all. From cardiovascular disease to cancer research, neurological disorders to male infertility, this issue we bring you the latest research from the front line.

We’re excited to present the work of Professor Andrew Emili at the new, state-of-the-art Center for Network Systems Biology, Boston University. Pioneers in proteomics technology, the team maps pathways of critical cellular processes so vitally important for health.

Best known for presenting Radio 4’s The Life Scientific, Professor Jim Al-Khalili, OBE, is one of science’s most talented communicators. We talk to Jim about his work and what motivates him. Marilyn Gentry, President of the World Cancer Research Fund International details their progress raising awareness of links between diet and cancer, working with the WHO, and plans going forward. We hear the very personal and inspirational story of Trudie Lobban, MBE, Founder and CEO of Syncope Trust And Reflex anoxic Seizures (STARS-UK).

Professor Glenda Gray, Chair of the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD), explains how GACD coordinates and supports research addressing the prevention and treatment of NCDs globally. Also Dr Mardas Daneshian, CEO and co-founder of Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT)-Europe, explains how the organisation is promoting alternative humane approaches to animal testing.

Join our readers across the globe to discover the exciting health science research featured in this issue.

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