A film of our 2014 open day, where members of the public were invited to come and learn about the latest research at UCLH, is now available to watch.
Three UCL-led projects and one UCLH-led project have been selected to join a unique health accelerator programme that will invest in early-stage social ventures in order to stimulate innovation and create positive change in healthcare, it was announced today.
A BRC-supported researcher has been awarded up to £1.5 million to tackle an obstacle to the continued growth of brain imaging by applying computer algorithms to detect anomalies in brain scans.
Clinical studies are set to start next year at UCL into the use of cells from the nose to repair damaged nerves in the spinal cord.
BRC-supported research has benefitted from an extra £13.5 million awarded to UCL to help advance clinical research.
Biomedical researchers and PhD students are invited to apply for grants of up to £3,000 to involve patients and the public in their research.