Edinburgh Research Explorer

Prof David Newby

BHF Duke of Edinburgh Chair of Cardiology

  1. Endothelial function and fibrinolysis in patients with heart failure or recent myocardial infarction

    Newby, D.

    UK industry, commerce and public corporations

    1/09/9931/08/00

    Project: Research

  2. Endothelial progenitor cells in acute vascular injury and repair

    Mills, N. & Newby, D.

    UK-based charities

    18/06/0717/06/10

    Project: Research

  3. Evaluation of anti-platelet and Pro-Fibrinolytic interventions in a Clinical ex Vivo model of thrombosis

    Newby, D. & Fox, K.

    UK industry, commerce and public corporations

    1/02/0731/10/08

    Project: Research

  4. F/SHIP DR J T AFFOLTER

    Newby, D.

    UK-based charities

    1/05/0030/04/02

    Project: Research

  5. Fellowship - Dr S Chia

    Fox, K. & Newby, D.

    Non-EU-based charities

    1/08/0131/01/03

    Project: Research

  6. Fellowship - Dr S Robinson

    Newby, D. & Boon, N.

    UK-based charities

    1/10/0130/09/03

    Project: Research

  7. GAP Junctions and Endothelium-Derived Hyperpolarising Factor Responses

    Newby, D. & Lang, N.

    UK central government bodies/local authorities, health and hospital authorities

    1/12/0630/09/08

    Project: Research

  8. HYPERHOMOCYSTEINAEMIA

    Newby, D., Fox, K. & Webb, D.

    UK-based charities

    1/02/9931/03/01

    Project: Research

  9. IDENTIFICATION OF CELLULAR INFLAMMATION IN THE MYOCARDIUM USING MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

    Newby, D. & Dweck, M.

    UK central government bodies/local authorities, health and hospital authorities

    1/03/1431/08/16

    Project: Research

  10. INVESTIGATION OF ALVEOLAR EPITHELIAL INJURY AND INFLAMMATION IN ACUTE CARDIOGENIC PULMONARY OEDEMA

    Harrison, D., Clegg, G., Gray, G., Newby, D. & Simpson, J.

    UK central government bodies/local authorities, health and hospital authorities

    1/10/0430/09/07

    Project: Research

  11. In vivo magnetic resonance imaging

    Burdess, A. & Newby, D.

    UK-based charities

    1/05/0730/04/09

    Project: Research