27 November 2015: Research reveals how specific diet works to help epilepsy
Researchers have found out how a specific diet works to help treat patients with uncontrolled epilepsy. More...
24 November 2015: UCL announces the launch of gene therapy company Athena Vision
Athena Vision is focused on developing gene therapies for eye diseases based on research conducted at UCL. More...
19 November 2015: Poorer dementia patients in England less likely to be prescribed drugs
Dementia patients from more affluent areas in England are 27% more likely to be prescribed anti-dementia drugs than patients from poorer areas, finds a new UCL study of 77,045 dementia patients across the UK. This inequality was not seen in Scotland, Northern Ireland or Wales. More...
18 November 2015: Developing molecular diagnostics for pneumonia in hospitals
Clinicians and scientists from UCLH, UCL and the University of East Anglia (UEA) have been awarded a £2.5 million grant by the National Institute for Health Research to develop and evaluate new molecular diagnostic tests. More...
10 November 2015: Changes in humour an early sign of dementia
Researchers at UCL have revealed that a change in sense of humour could be an early sign of dementia. The findings could help improve dementia diagnosis, by highlighting changes not commonly thought to be linked to the condition. More...
6 November 2015: Professor John O’Keefe
6 November 2015: Vice Provost (Health) View November 2015
5 November 2015: ‘Dickensian’ lung disease rates on the rise in UK pensioners
4 November 2015: Being moody may help us adapt to change
27 October 2015: Withdrawing dementia drug doubles risk of nursing home placement
22 October 2015: New trial to find out whether aspirin fights cancer
21 October 2015: PhotoSynthesis Competition results
21 October 2015: Images of pleasure and winning have unique distracting power
19 October 2015: First human trial for innovative new drug in development to treat Huntington’s disease
16 October 2015: Genes involved in schizophrenia and obesity highlighted
15 October 2015: Extra brain cells make males remember sex
14 October 2015: UCL and Takeda announce a new research partnership
9 October 2015: Salmonella unmasked as major killer of young children in Africa
8 October 2015: Our brain’s response to others' good news depends on empathy
1 October 2015: UCL professor wins Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize 2015
29 September 2015: Q&A with Dr. Chloe Park - ESC Young Investigator winner
29 September 2015: London Project to Cure Blindness
18 September 2015: How the Inuit adapted to Ice Age living and a high-fat diet