A new gene therapy, developed at UCL, could be the first step in finding a cure for haemophilia.
A team of BRC-funded researchers has demonstrated the effectiveness of accelerated MRI scanning for studies of Alzheimer’s and other cognitive impairments.
New research led by a UCLH consultant in collaboration with the Keck School of Medicine of USC has shown that epilepsy is associated with the differences in thickness and volume of grey matter within several brain regions.
A study led by BRC-supported researcher Marie Scully has been chosen as one of the most outstanding manuscripts published in Blood.
BRC-supported research has identified a new marker that can be used to detect breast cancer up to a year earlier than current methods.
The BRC Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) & Communications Unit is looking for a PPI Manager to join the team.
i-sense, a research collaboration supported by our BRC, has been awarded a further £3.8 million by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to continue its groundbreaking work developing early warning sensing systems for infectious diseases.
The first drug targeting the known cause of the fatal brain disorder Huntington’s disease has successfully lowered the level of the harmful huntingtin protein in the nervous system, in a trial led by BRC-supported researchers.
PET/MRI scans could become more pleasant for patients, thanks to two films from UCLH's nuclear medicine department.
A new simple test that helps predict which people with type 2 diabetes will benefit most from weight loss surgery has been developed.
People excluded from mainstream society in high-income countries have a tenfold increased risk of early death, according to research published in The Lancet.
Machine learning could improve our ability to determine whether a new drug works in the brain, potentially enabling researchers to detect drug effects that would be missed entirely by conventional tests, according to a study published today in Brain.
Doctors at UCLH are trialling a biological combination treatment for patients with the disabling condition lupus.
Researchers have been awarded over £600,000 to investigate the emerging link between dementia risk and hearing loss.
Physical activity is associated with a reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia.