Oral health experts are meeting to look at access to oral health care and oral health inequalities.
90% of people have a positive experience of taking part in UCLH research according to the latest Patient Research Experience Survey.
Scientists have developed a new computational technique that could lead to fast, finely detailed brain imaging with a compact device that uses only sound waves.
Social inequalities and language differences could be responsible for the higher psychosis risk in ethnic minority groups, according to a UCL-led study.
UCLH and over 100 medical and scientific organisations across the world today have called for an end to the stigma that surrounds obesity.
Toolkit to assess added value of new hearing loss treatments among BRC work linked to Lancet Commission
Researchers are building a unique toolkit able to identify which innovative hearing loss treatments can be adopted into hearing care – in one of many projects contributing to the work of the Lancet Commission on Global Hearing Health.
Researchers have applied a method based on technology used in the military to detect submarines to record brain activity in epilepsy – saying it could improve the quality of diagnosis.
UCLH and UCL researchers are applying artificial intelligence (AI) to improve and personalise treatment of juvenile lupus (known in full as Juvenile Onset Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, or JSLE).
A cutting-edge MRI technique to detect iron deposits in different brain regions can track declines in thinking, memory and movement in people with Parkinson’s disease, finds a new UCL-led study.
An initiative to tackle anti-microbial resistance (AMR) has announced two funding calls at its official launch this week.
High tech wearable devices that monitor patients’ vital signs and spot early indicators of deterioration are being trialled as part of an international project involving five European hospitals including UCLH.
A UCL-led centre of excellence investigating blood-borne viruses (BBVs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is one of the Health Protection Research Units (HPRUs) across the UK that will share in a £58.7 million research investment from the NIHR.
Quitting smoking could do more than just stop further damage to the lungs. It could also allow new, healthy cells to actively replenish the lining of our airways which could protect against cancer, according to UCL, UCLH and Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers funded by Cancer Research UK.
Results of a clinical trial in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) in which 3 different drugs were tested at the same time, instead of 1 by 1 by 1 have been published.
Scientists have shown a blood test could predict the onset of tuberculosis (TB) three to six months before people become unwell, a finding which could help better target antibiotics and save countless lives.