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Research shows that even older stroke survivors can improve speech given the right support

International research led by GCU Senior Research Fellow Dr Myzoon Ali and Professor Marian Brady has found that people who had access to speech and language therapy made the greatest improvements soon after stroke, and that improvements diminished

SHLS Dean says huge thanks to staff on her last day in role

Professor Andrea Nelson steps down as the Dean of the School of Health and Life Sciences on Friday, April 30, to take up her new post as Pro Vice-Chancellor Research with a huge thanks to staff for making the last three years so “rewarding and

GCU on top of the world in impact rankings

GCU named number one in the UK for promoting gender equality – and in the top five in the world – in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings.

Regular physical activity could cut COVID-19 death risk by one third

Regular physical activity cuts the risk of dying from infectious diseases such as COVID-19 by 37 per cent and reduces the chance of catching the virus by 31 per cent, according to new global research.

Is social media use a potentially addictive behaviour?

Frequent use of social media may not amount to the same as addiction, according to researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) and the University of Strathclyde.

Join us for our annual Research Celebration

The professor who has advised the Scottish Government through the coronavirus pandemic is to share his insights at Glasgow Caledonian University’s annual Research Celebration in May.

Men, Women and Alcohol: from Gin Lane to Pink Gin

Glasgow Caledonian University's Professor of Health and Society and Substance Use Research Group Lead, Professor Carol Emslie, will deliver her inaugural Professorial Lecture on Tuesday, May 11.

GCU-led international stroke research network awarded new funding

The Glasgow Caledonian University-led international Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists has been awarded new funding to support its research aimed at improving the lives of stroke survivors with speech problems.

Lockdown link to cognitive decline uncovered

A decline in cognitive functions – such as memory, attention and decision-making – is connected to the tightest restrictions in Scotland’s COVID-19 lockdown, a new peer-reviewed study has found.

World Economic Forum recognises GCU Forth and Clyde Canal study

On World Water Day, The World Economic Forum recognised research carried out by Glasgow Caledonian University in partnership with Scottish Canals, which linked the regeneration of the Forth and Clyde Canal in North Glasgow to improved health.