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A UCH trainee who organised a successful event to engage patients in research has won an award for leadership in research.
The BRC has awarded over £1million in capital funding to teams across UCLH and UCL to drive forward research that will translate into improvements in patient care.
A research study by two UCLH psychologists finding that mindfulness-based cognitive therapy can help in the management of tinnitus has been awarded a prize by the British Tinnitus Association.
Researchers have completed a clinical trial on multiple sclerosis (MS) in which 3 different drugs were tested at the same time instead of 1 by 1 by 1 – a world first in progressive neurological disease research.
UCLH clinicians and UCL computer scientists have got together at a sell-out UCLH/UCL workshop event to discuss challenges in healthcare ripe for the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science.
A team of researchers, clinicians and engineers from UCLH, UCL, King’s College London and the Epilepsy Society have developed a world-leading software system called EpiNav, which stands for epilepsy navigation, and their work is being featured on tonight's episode of the BBC’s Trust Me I’m a Doctor.

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