UCL and Duke University have joined forces to promote the rapidly developing area of perioperative medicine.
Anaesthesia trainees can now apply for a ‘Morpheus’ Fellowship that aims to develop their understanding of perioperative medicine and its new model of care, by improving patients’ journey from the moment their surgery is contemplated to full recovery.
Fellows will work alongside mentors from other countries with the aim to learn how clearly defined perioperative outcomes are fundamental to clinical practice.
The annual event celebrating research and innovation at UCLH attracted hundreds of visitors last month.
The BRC has launched a series of groundbreaking vdeos of UCLH research for the public.
The UCL NIHR BioResource initiative to recruit volunteers has hit a huge milestone and now has over 7,000 recruits.
A new drug that may help Parkinson’s patients by improving energy production in brain nerve cells is being trialled at UCLH.
Bacteria collected from a Doctor Who Dalek could be the key to exterminating future diseases, according to research by the UCL Eastman Dental Institute.