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The eyes have it

Glasgow Caledonian University’s excellence in vision science has been recognised with a top ranking in the latest Complete University Guide, which rated GCU first in the UK for Optometry, Ophthalmology and Orthoptics.

Expert warns against 'Covidiot' cyber shaming

Glasgow Caledonian University cyberpsychologist Dr Chris Hand has warned against using social media shaming as a tactic to stop people breaking Coronavirus pandemic lockdown rules.

Cameroon hospital gets helping hand from GCU researchers

Glasgow Caledonian University's Safeguarding Health through Infection Prevention (SHIP) Research Group is behind the launch of a hand hygiene study in Cameroon which has the potential to to reduce the spread of infections in hospitals across Africa.

COVID-19 eyesight survey launched

Glasgow Caledonian University Vision Scientists Dr Mhairi Day and Dr Dirk Seidel, both registered Optometrists, have launched a survey to find out if COVID-19 affects the eyes.

Award-winning Scottish university to help veterans’ families in new UK-wide study

Glasgow Caledonian University hailed for its “outstanding support” of Armed Forces veterans is playing a key role in a new UK-wide study on the psychological health and wellbeing of families of ex-Service men and women.

GCU launches world’s largest study into impact of physical activity on COVID-19 immunity

Leading physical activity researchers, respiratory experts, and sport and exercise psychologists at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) have launched the world’s largest study to find out for certain if physical activity can boost COVID-19

University receives major Scottish Government research grant to tackle coronavirus impact

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is delighted to announce that the Scottish Government has awarded the University £136,290 to fund three vital research projects to tackle the coronavirus and its impact.

Student paramedics join NHS COVID-19 emergency

Students on Scotland’s only full-time undergraduate degree course in paramedic science started work with the Scottish Ambulance Service in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic this week.

World expert advises 20 minutes exercise a day during lockdown

World-renowned exercise expert Professor Sebastien Chastin has shared his mood-boosting top tips to help us cope during the Coronavirus lockdown.

Research shows incontinence linked to sitting too long

Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University have found the first direct link between sitting too long and urinary incontinence in older women.