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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group
Research group headed by Dr Neil S Holden Senior lecturer (School of Life Sciences). Research interests are in pro- and anti-inflammatory pathways in the lung
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Sharon Black Feb 6
We are looking for a new Deputy Head of School to join us. Our School is a great place to work, with a fantastic team. They would get to work alongside me...lucky them! 😀
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Dec 6
Thank you for the invitation to chair, it was a fantastic first experience chairing a conference session!
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Team Neutrophil Dec 6
In a room full of respiratory experts, not a single hand up in the room when asked "who believes the report that e-cigarettes are 95% safer". Wow, that says a lot.
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Dec 5
Replying to @e_sapey
Completely agree! The graphs might as well be random pictures, it immediately makes me switch off from the talk
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Dec 5
Absolutely brilliant and incredibly important talk by on Patient prioritisation in COPD: what matters to patients?
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British Association for Lung Research (BALR) Dec 3
Welcoming our speakers to London tonight from across the globe - Texas, 'near Toronto', Groningan, Minnesota and...London! As well as our lovely committee members who have worked hard to put together the programme. Don't miss these fantastic speakers 8.30am Westminster room!
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Nov 27
Replying to @UoL_Asthma_COPD
feel free to retweet/pass this on to anyone who may be able to help
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Nov 27
Can anyone think of a simple cell free assay, which demonstrates the principals of agonist, antagonist, partial agonist etc. trying to come up with a new pharmacology practical to explain the basics!
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British Association for Lung Research (BALR) Nov 26
We've just awarded 9 £100 travel awards to our PhD and Post-doc members to attend - just one of the benefits of BALR membership! Visit our stand in the exhibition to chat to our committee and find out what else members get. They are all very nice, promise!
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Matthew Simmonds Nov 26
We have a new senior lecturer in immunology post on offer to work with our wonderful team here in Lincoln to support teaching on our Biomedical Sciences course. If interested more details can be found below & feel free to contact me directly.
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Asthma UK Nov 10
It's two years since Laura's husband, Stephen, died from an asthma attack. Laura believes he could be still here if he'd been given basic asthma care. Read Stephen's story:
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Asthma UK Oct 10
Stress and anxiety can be triggers for asthma and make you more likely to react to your usual triggers. This , visit our website to find information on getting emotional support:
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Ivan J. Santiago, PhD! Oct 8
People are relieved when I share my scientific mistakes because they've been too embarrassed to admit their own. That's how you know there's something wrong with our culture. Stop walking around like you haven't fucked up an experiment before.
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Asthma UK Oct 9
Did you know you can get the flu vaccine free if you have asthma? Anyone prescribed a preventer inhaler alongside a blue inhaler can get it. Visit our website for the most up-to-date information:
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Asthma UK Oct 6
Taking up exercise might sound daunting if you live with asthma. But getting more active and raising your heart rate regularly can actually improve your asthma symptoms. Take a look at our tips and don't forget - you can still join our Step Challenge!
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Oct 9
Replying to @UoLBiomed
Fantastic work by our 2nd years! I am looking forward to the next few weeks of labs expanding this work!
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Asthma UK Oct 9
At the age of 19, Holly had a fatal asthma attack. She'd been saving the last puff of her inhaler. It's stories like this that illustrate why we're campaigning to end unfair prescription charges. Sign our petition:
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University of Lincoln Respiratory Research Group Oct 2
Celebrating 5 years as a lecturer at its gone very quickly!
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Arwel W Jones Oct 1
Call for participants (adults with a lung condition) in the East Midlands region. Please retweet 😃
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Asthma UK Oct 1
About 200,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with severe asthma. Knowing what treatment is available and how to best manage the condition can be a struggle. Check our website for information and advice.
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