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UCL and KCL researchers have devised a new artificial intelligence-based method for detecting the brain’s response to treatment in multiple sclerosis that is substantially better than what a human expert is able to do.
BRC Director Professor Bryan Williams has been recognised as a ‘World Expert’ in hypertension (high blood pressure) by the US-based medical website Expertscape which placed him in the top 0.1% of experts in his field.
The BRC’s Oral Health and Disease (OH&D) theme has hosted the first academic and research training session for trainees on the NIHR Integrated Academic Training programme in Oral Medicine and other dental specialties, which is based at UCL/UCLH Eastman Dental Institute and Hospital.
UCL researchers have produced the first ‘chronological map of human health’.
Researchers and patients reviewed the latest developments from the BRC’s Deafness and Hearing Problems theme at a special event at the UCL Ear Institute compered by theme lead Prof Anne Schilder.
The management of hearing loss may radically change over the next decade as a wide range of novel therapeutics reach the clinical domain, UCLH researchers have highlighted.

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