Researchers have developed AI tool to predict how many patients coming through the emergency department will need to be admitted into the hospital.
A new PCR test that identifies women with womb cancer from a sample taken from the cervix or vagina has been developed by researchers from UCL and the University of Innsbruck.
An international team including UCL and UCLH researchers have set out a framework to improve the integrity and quality of research using healthcare data.
Taking blood pressure medication in the evening is no better than taking it in the morning, a large UK study has found.
A study at UCLH has found a combination treatment of immunotherapy with an experimental drug may reverse a cancer’s resistance to immunotherapy – making the cancer sensitive to treatment again.
Patients and the public are invited to an event on Saturday 24 September 2022 to learn about UCLH research in rheumatological conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and gout.
A new type of MRI scan could help doctors diagnose prostate cancer more accurately and spare thousands of men harm from unnecessary biopsies, according to UCL research.
A single gene therapy injection could dramatically reduce the bleeding risk faced by people with haemophilia B, a study at UCL has found.
The BRC is seeking a patient and public involvement manager on behalf of the NIHR Blood and Transplant Research Unit (BTRU).
Researchers are working with patients and the public to develop a UK action plan for hearing loss and tinnitus research.
UCLH is starting a major study looking at barriers to the recruitment of patients from ethnic minority groups into clinical trials.