Dr Claire Hills

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Researchers to present at leading diabetes conferences

The Diabetes Research Group from the School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, UK, will be presenting their latest research at two conferences hosted by Diabetes UK. The first presentation will take place at the Midlands Volunteering Conference on Saturday, 28th February. The event will bring together Diabetes UK...

Further funding for diabetes research

A team from the University of Lincoln has been awarded 80,000 Euros to develop research to help improve understanding of the leading cause of end-stage kidney disease in diabetes patients. The European Federation for the Study of Diabetes has awarded the Janssen Kidney Award to Dr Claire Hills and...

Grant award to help treat renal disease in diabetes sufferers

Research by Dr Claire Hills, from the School of Life Sciences, aims to better understand the sub-cellular mechanisms that regulate how people with diabetes can end up with diabetic nephropathy (kidney disease). Dr Hills has been awarded an £18,000 grant from the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF) to...

Study sheds light on potential treatment targets for diabetes

A new study that investigated cell-to-cell communication could offer a viable therapeutic target for the control and treatment of a number of renal diseases, including diabetic nephropathy. Professor Paul Squires, Dr Claire Hills and Gareth Price, from the School of Life Sciences, have reviewed the understanding of how cells...