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Chronotherapy – Synchronising Drug Delivery with the Body Clock

More than four decades of studies describe how accounting for the body’s cycle of daily rhythms; the circadian clock, can influence responses to medications and procedures for everything from asthma to epileptic seizures. Research suggests that the majority of today’s...

New Research Identifies Link between Ageing and Circadian Impairment

New research at the University of Kent has identified the way age impairs the ability of the circadian clock in mammals to re-set itself when exposed to light, resulting in disruption to sleeping patterns and consequent threats to wellbeing. The study concludes that...

Professor Russell Foster to Speak in San Francisco

Academic founder of Circadian Therapeutics; Russell G. Foster, CBE, FRS, will deliver a brief overview of recent discoveries in sleep and circadian rhythms research in Oxford when he attends the 2018 Oxford University Alumni Weekend.  He will discuss how the...

Why Disruption of Circadian Rhythms by Stress Leads to Weight Gain

New research provides the first molecular understanding of why people gain weight due to chronic stress; disrupted circadian rhythms and treatment with glucocorticoid drugs. It’s all in the timing of the dips and rises of a class of hormones called glucocorticoids —...

Nigel Jones to Attend BioTrinity

Nigel Jones, Managing Director of Circadian Therapeutics Ltd., will be attending BioTrinity 2018, between April 23rd and 25th. BioTrinity is Europe’s leading bio-partnering and investment conference and will be held in London. Nigel invites any other conference...

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