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The Centre for Biomarker Research is at the forefront of health or medical-related research within the University and beyond. The centre brings together academics and researchers in areas of biomarker discovery, disease aetiology, disease diagnostics, drug development and the development of advanced model systems. Since its inception, the CeBioR has been instrumental in developing high quality research in a broad range of areas relating to the improvement of human lives through the understanding of biological processes relating to disease aetiology and identifying new ways to improve diagnosis and treatment.

Research in the Centre looks to identify molecules, whether thery are metabolites, genetic variants , proteins or RNA and evaluates their usage as indicators of disease state or processes and encompasses several disease/conditions e.g. neurological, neurodegeneration, psychiatric and cancer. 

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apaziquone Medicine & Life Sciences
sepiapterin reductase Chemical Compounds
Pharmacy Students Medicine & Life Sciences
Neopterin Medicine & Life Sciences
Education Medicine & Life Sciences
Iridium Chemical Compounds
Phase III Clinical Trials Medicine & Life Sciences
Minisatellite Repeats Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2011 2019

Discovery of selective, antimetastatic and anti-cancer stem cell metallohelices via post-assembly modification

Song, H., Rogers, N., Allison, S. J., Brabec, V., Bridgewater, H., Kostrhunova, H., Markova, L., Phillips, R., Pinder, E., Shepherd, S., Young, L., Zajac, J. & Scott, P., 18 Jul 2019, In : Chemical Science. 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Stem cells
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Self assembly
Adenosine Triphosphatases
4 Citations (Scopus)

Evolution of a maternal immune activation (mIA) model in rats: Early developmental effects

Murray, K. N., Edye, M. E., Manca, M., Vernon, A. C., Oladipo, J. M., Fasolino, V., Harte, M. K., Mason, V., Grayson, B., McHugh, P. C., Knuesel, I., Prinssen, E. P., Hager, R. & Neill, J. C., Jan 2019, In : Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 75, p. 48-59 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Poly I-C
Wistar Rats
Pharmacy Students

Projects 2014 2016

Improving the understanding and treatment of neuropathic pain

McHugh, P.


Project: ResearchUK Charity - Open Competitive

Activities 2019 2019

  • 1 Invited talk

Analysis considerations in the design of a wound / skin study

John Stephenson (Speaker)
8 May 201910 May 2019

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk