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.

Meet Dr Louise Fleming, Asthma UK-funded researcher

Asthma UK funds brilliant minds like Dr Louise Fleming because we’re committed to transforming the lives of people with asthma.

Video: Meet Dr Louise Fleming, Asthma UK-funded researcher

Asthma UK funds brilliant minds like Dr Louise Fleming because we’re committed to transforming the lives of people with asthma.

Together we can make ‘New Tech’ normal tech for asthma

Dr Louise Fleming is an adventurist, scientist and clinician. Her research is rooted in her experiences of treating asthma at The Royal Brompton and in the Gambia.

Louise aims to uncover how new tech can be used to improve how children with severe asthma manage their condition. She wants this to improve the quality of life for these children. Having road-tested new technology ranging from inhaler attachments to smartphone apps, she knows what the future should look like. If Louise’s work can improve the lives of these children, her discoveries could transform the impact of New Tech for asthma.

Researchers learn from researchers. The inventor of the first computer led the way for the smart devices that are now commonplace in every home. Asthma UK funds the brightest minds in asthma research and by supporting the Asthma Research Uncovered Crowdfund, you’ll help to deliver the breakthroughs that make new tech for asthma normal tech – that benefits everyone with asthma.  

You’re supporting the chance to make new tech commonplace

Technology is advancing all the time and Dr Louise Fleming is riding the wave, working to find the best new digital tech for helping children manage their asthma. Louise is determined to find the best solution – will you help her?

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