Covid-19 webinar recording

Thankyou to everyone who joined us on the 12th October for our Covid-19 webinar.  We have uploaded the recording to You Tube for everyone to be able to watch, click on the link here. Chaired by Roger Barker, Professor of Clinical Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge and Consultant Neurologist at the Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge,…

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Parkinson’s UK and Rosetrees Trust Joint Senior Research Fellowship

Parkinson’s UK and The Rosetrees Trust are pleased to announce that they are co-funding a new fellowship programme. This fellowship is for early career researchers with a proven track record in cell culture techniques and aims to develop neuroprotective treatments for Parkinson’s Disease. The grant will be for a maximum of 3 years and £300,000,…

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COVID-19 webinar

Tuesday 12th October, 4-5pm Please join us for talks from four outstanding Rosetrees funded professors   Adrian Hayday Rebecca Shipley Mervyn Singer Sir Simon Wessely   Click here for further details and to book tickets (limited numbers available)

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The National Brain Appeal

  Save the date: on 1 Aug a BBC #R4Appeal will air in aid of @TheNationalBrainAppeal, raising vital funds for @RareDementiaSupport. BBC #R4appeal ambassador & RDS member Sophie Leggett shares her own story about facing early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of just 45, and being part of a support service that is a lifeline to…

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Rosetrees funded research published in Cell Reports Medicine

Congratulations to Rosetrees funded researcher Dr Alex Clark (University of Oxford) for his recent publication in Cell Reports Medicine. The publication, selected for the July edition front cover, is entitled “An iPSC model of Hereditary Sensory Neuropathy type-1 reveals Serine responsive deficits in neuronal ganglioside composition and axoglial interactions”. Hereditary Sensory Neuropathy Type 1 is…

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Rosetrees funded researchers selected to join The Royal Society (2021)

Warm congratulations to Professor David Rowitch and Professor Sir Simon Wessely on their selection as Fellows of The Royal Society (2021). Rosetrees is very proud to fund research by these two world renowned scientists. Professor Rowitch is a paediatrician and developmental neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge. https://rowitchlab.medschl.cam.ac.uk/ His work includes establishing a rapid genome…

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Rosetrees funded scientists elected to prestigious Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship

We wish to give our warmest congratulations to Professor Heidi Johansen-Berg (University of Oxford) and Professor Ravindra Gupta (University of Cambridge) who have been selected to join the academy this year. The 50 new fellows, selected from 384 candidates, were chosen for their exceptional contributions to medical science through their innovative translational research, with a…

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New MRI techniques for predicting disability in Multiple Sclerosis

New research, recently published in Brain, has demonstrated new MRI techniques that could predict disability in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The work entitled “Brain microstructural and metabolic alterations at the onset of the first demyelinating event”, led by Dr.Sara Collorone at University College London (UCL) is funded both by the Rosetrees Trust and the MS Society.…

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ROSETREES ENTERPRISE FELLOWSHIP AWARD

ROSETREES ENTERPRISE FELLOWSHIP AWARD We are delighted to announce that Dr Christopher Chapman of Imperial College has been awarded a Rosetrees Enterprise Fellowship.  The £180,000 award will fund three years of development of an implantable device to deliver precision chemotherapeutic release. The aim is to significantly improve the efficacy of treatment for hard-to-treat cancers, such…

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