A study into how ballet classes can improve the social wellbeing of patients living with Parkinson’s keeps researchers on their toes.
Discover three ways King's Health Partners Neurosciences is providing excellent education and training opportunities for staff.
Dr James Teo tells us how big data and AI are being used to advance care for patients with neurological conditions.
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King’s Health Partners Neurosciences share five examples of their current research focused on improving people's lives.
Take at look our spotlight on King's Health Partners Neurosciences this Brain Awareness Week.
A patient at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust played the violin during surgery to preserve vital areas of her brain.
First ever neurosciences focused Operational Delivery Network to improve outcomes and patient experience across South London and beyond.
See how King’s Health Partners Neurosciences is leading research and delivery of care to support patient recovery.
Strategies used by people with autism to ‘fit in’ could be delaying diagnosis according to researchers at King’s College London.
A cluster headache is a condition that ruins lives – but a drug has been shown to be effective in clinical trials at King's College London.
A two-year-old has become the youngest child in the world to undergo deep brain stimulation at Evelina London.