Research News

The following items provide an overview of the variety of research that is currently being undertaken at Keele University.  A full list of news items is available by year from the menu on the left.


Cardiology research showcased internationally

Posted on 14 December 2017 Professor Mamas Mamas has presented his cardiology research at four major international cardiology events in four different countries over the past three months.
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Study finds that heart failure is more fatal in patients with type 2 diabetes

Posted on 17 November 2017 A new study has found that heart failure patients with pre-existing type 2 diabetes have higher hospitalisation and death rates.
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Keele University to become Europe’s largest Smart Energy Network Demonstrator

Posted on 30 November 2016 £15 million investment will create the first facility in Europe for at-scale living laboratory research, development and demonstration.
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GP awarded fellowship at Keele University to research self-harm

Posted on 09 November 2017 GP Dr Faraz Mughal has been awarded an In-Practice Fellowship at Keele University to research the care available to young people who self-harm.
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Keele Biologist wins £1.4m ERC Research Grant to study Malaria

Posted on 04 May 2017 Dr Catherine Merrick, Senior Lecturer in Biology at Keele’s Centre for Applied Entomology and Parasitology (CAEP), has won a £1.4m European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator grant in this year's round of awards from the prestigious EU funding scheme.
Heart Failure Research  

Heart failure more fatal than common cancers

Posted on 04 May 2017 A study led by Keele University, in collaboration with the Universities of Aberdeen and Manchester, shows that men and women suffering from heart failure have a higher risk of death than people with most common types of cancer.
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Keele Professor awarded major grant to investigate lives of those touched by Old Poor Law

Posted on 05 September 2017 Professor Alannah Tomkins has been awarded an AHRC grant of £728k to investigate the lives of thousands of people who benefited from the Old Poor Law