The global fight against tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is a major global killer with approximately 9 million new cases and 1 million to 2 million deaths per year. The School of Medicine has developed global capacity to improve treatment, developing shorter, safer drug regimens and improving diagnostics for monitoring treatment.

Rethinking Dementia with Adaptive Interaction

Scottish Care estimates that between 12,000 and 15,000 people with advanced dementia are currently living in Scottish care homes. Adaptive Interaction provides an entirely new way for dementia sufferers to connect with their loved ones.

Enhancing resilience and improving lives through tropical peat

The University’s Peatland Research Group works hard to understand the role tropical peat plays in our ecosystem, and just as hard to translate their groundbreaking research into action.