Bile Duct Organoid. Credit:Teresa Brevini Rosetrees -funded research, published in Science, reports that for the first time, researchers have used lab grown ‘mini-bile ducts’ to repair human livers. The work entitled “Cholangiocyte organoids can repair bile ducts after transplantation in human liver” was led by Dr Fotios Sampaziotis from the Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell…

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New research has recently been published in the European Respiratory Journal, led by Rosetrees funded researchers. They reported that increasing the daily intake of omega-3 fatty acids in childhood has the potential to reduce the risk of developing asthma in certain children carrying a common gene variant. The paper, published in January of this year…

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We are very pleased to announce the winners of the annual Royal College of Surgeons/Rosetrees essay prize 2021. The winning essays were selected from 24 outstanding applications in answer to the question: ‘Describe how your research project will contribute to improvements in patient care within the next five years’. The well-deserved winner, James Glasbey (University…

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