Asthma research uncovered

Three amazing asthma researchers have got together to raise £10,000 to help fund more life-changing work for people with asthma. You can now find out about the research they’re doing.

New tech in under 60 seconds

Now you can quickly uncover how her New Tech research can improve asthma management in children.

Video: New tech in under 60 seconds

Now you can quickly uncover how her New Tech research can improve asthma management in children.

“If a child isn’t taking their inhaler regularly and correctly, we need to understand why and find ways to improve things.” – Dr Louise Fleming

Poor asthma control puts a child at risk of a potentially fatal asthma attack. That’s why Louise is determined to find a new tech solution that helps children to manage their asthma correctly. She’s already road-tested four electronic devices, ranging from inhaler attachments to smartphone apps and her research has shown that the best device must be useful, low maintenance and easy to use. Louise is determined to find that device.

Will you help change the future for asthma?

It wasn’t too long ago that a mobile phone was used just for phone calls. Fast forward to today and your smart phone is more powerful than the first computers. How did this happen? Research! Dr Louise Fleming is a pioneer for new tech and asthma and your support could help researchers like her to change the future.

Explore these other pioneering asthma research projects

Dr Hans Michael Haitchi is exploring the potential of gene-blocking treatments to prevent or even reverse asthma

Dr Luke Daines is exploring better ways to help doctors and nurses diagnose asthma more accurately

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