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Whole body anterior amyloid scans of a patient with systemic amyloidosis, showing abundant amyloid in the liver before treatment and the almost complete absence of amyloid after a single dose of the new anti-SAP antibody.

Improving treatment for systemic amyloidosis

Published: Jul 16, 2015 11:57:29 AM

Scientist examines samples under a microscope

UCL to coordinate £16m project to crack difficult disease areas

Published: Jul 15, 2015 10:25:45 AM

Professor Nick Fox and Dr Jonathan Schott

Landmark 69-year study to provide window into dementia

Published: Jul 14, 2015 10:05:31 AM


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Highly commended UCL Open Access Guide now available

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UCL Open Access

UCL’s new Open Access (OA) Guide is now available on the UCL Library Services website.

The guide, launched at the recent UCL OA Forum, has been praised as a clear, straightforward introduction to OA for all researchers, including those whose funding agencies require their outputs to be made open access.

Leading the world on dementia

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Jeremy Hunt IoN visit

The Prime Minister today called for a global effort to tackle one of the greatest challenges of our time: dementia. UCL scientists, working with clinicians at the university's partner hospitals, are at the heart of the battle to treat the condition.

Tuberculosis research project wins Times Higher Education award

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THE Awards

A UCL research and training project centred on a diagnostic test for tuberculosis (TB) won the Times Higher Education (THE) International Collaboration of the Year award at a ceremony in London last week.

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