Edinburgh Research Explorer

Prof David Newby

BHF Duke of Edinburgh Chair of Cardiology

  1. Invest of protease-activated receptor

    Newby, D.

    Non-EU industry, commerce and public corporations

    1/09/0730/04/10

    Project: Research

  2. Investigator Initiated-Sponsored Clinical Research Agreement

    Newby, D.

    UK industry, commerce and public corporations

    8/12/1430/11/18

    Project: Research

  3. Lung megakaryocyte and platelet function in response to air pollution exposure

    Miller, M., Duffin, R., Newby, D. & Raftis, J.

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

    1/07/1931/12/20

    Project: Research

  4. Magnetic resonance imaging of human atherosclerosis

    Newby, D.

    UK industry, commerce and public corporations

    1/04/0831/03/10

    Project: Research

  5. Manganese-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MEMRI): Applications in Cardiomyopathy

    Semple, S., Dweck, M. & Newby, D.

    UK industry, commerce and public corporations

    1/05/1930/04/20

    Project: Research

  6. Molecular Imaging in the Lung

    Haslett, C. & Newby, D.

    UK-based charities

    1/04/0931/03/10

    Project: Research

  7. Molecular THoracic imAging and bioiNformatics Approaches TO Sudden death (THANATOS) Study

    Newby, D., Bouhaidar, R. & Moss, A.

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

    1/06/1831/01/19

    Project: Research

  8. NITRIC OXIDE IN VASC DISEASE

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

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

    1/10/9830/09/01

    Project: Research

  9. NOVEL IMAGING APPROACHES TO IDENTIFY UNSTABLE ATHEROSCLEROTIC CORONARY PLAQUES

    Newby, D.

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

    1/11/1130/04/13

    Project: Research

  10. Non-invasive Imaging of Human Coronary Atherothrombosis

    Newby, D.

    UK-based charities

    1/10/1630/09/21

    Project: Research