Home » BRC News

BRC News

The decades-old drug mexiletine, which has previously been used to treat abnormal heart rhythms, could treat the symptoms of the genetic muscular disorder...
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is funding another 16 studentships for Masters in Medical Statistics in a continued bid to build research capacity in medical statistics.
BRC-supported researchers are looking for healthy volunteers to take part in a trek to Everest Base Camp as part of research into human performance at extreme altitude.
Distinctive features in the brain structure of karate experts could be linked to their ability to punch powerfully from close range, according to BRC-supported research.
The UCL/UCLHpartnership has been awarded an unprecedented number of National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) academic training posts for 2013 following the latest allocation of Integrated Academic Training (IAT) posts.
Biomedical research at UCL has been awarded £700,000 by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to accelerate the most promising drug discovery projects.

Pages