Biological rhythms in health and disease

 

The ULTRADIAN consortium is looking forward to hosting delegates at the upcoming “Biological rhythms in health and disease” conference. Hosted at the University of Bergen the meeting runs from 28-30 August 2019 and will feature a number of international speakers.

For more information visit the conference website here:

https://www.uib.no/en/ultradian/126828/ultradian-conference-biological-rhythms-health-and-disease

 

 

ECE poster!

We recently attended the European Congress of Endocrinology in Lyon which was a great meeting in a lovely city. We had the opportunity to present a method poster describing how we are validating the ULTRADIAN interstitial fluid data against conventional plasma methods. The initial data is looking great – click the link below to view the poster and see for yourselves some example profiles of cortisol, cortisone and aldosterone from four of our healthy volunteers!

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New research study posted

Laura Cole is now recruiting participants for her study on how manipulating certain stress hormones and neurotransmitters affects a part of the brain called the locus coeruleus.

Click the link below for more information! £100 for time spent plus up to £80 additional reward!

http://ultradian.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/how-to-get-involved/other-research-projects-in-our-group/

BNA2019 Festival of Neuroscience

The BNA2019 Festival of Neuroscience happens in Dublin 14-19 April 2019 and we are going!

We are really pleased to have a poster and ‘rapid fire’ presentation about the bioRHYTHM study – you can follow this link for more information and to download the poster and other documents!

The BNA Festival website can be found here http://meetings.bna.org.uk/bna2019/

 

Dr Thomas Upton awarded Early Career Grant to investigate microdialysis as part of ‘all day biosampling’

Dr Upton is very pleased to have been awarded an Early Career Grant from the Society for Endocrinology! He will use U-RHYTHM microdialysis and wearable sensor technology to explore the relationship between circadian hormone rhythms, glucose, body temperature, and other activity, in healthy young people continuing normal daily life.

Recruitment information and invitations for screening will soon be available on this website.

The research has been reviewed and approved by the University of Bristol Faculty Research Ethics Committee