Seven-year-old Leia was never expected to speak, but thanks to a pioneering partnership she is beginning to converse with her parents.
The Maudsley Charity has announced a call for expressions of interest for a new Epilepsy Research Fund.
Prof Sir Robert Lechler writes about how King’s Health Partners institutes are benefiting our local population and beyond.
A new trial which could revolutionise the way chronic back pain is treated on the NHS has been launched by Guy’s and St Thomas’.
Evelina London Children’s Hospital has been named a Centre of Clinical Excellence.
A new preventative treatment is now available for the most common and disabling neurological disorder in the UK.
New research from the King’s College London clarifies the benefits of non-surgical brain stimulation for depression.
Georgia Cook, Postdoctoral Researcher at King’s College London, blogs on techniques designed to improve sleep for children with epilepsy.
A cross-country collaboration and license deal involving King’s College London could develop solutions for chronic pain.
Prof Mark Richardson and Dr Jozef Jarosz, Joint Directors of King’s Health Partners Neurosciences, introduce the team’s work.
Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia and a major international project is aiming to identify what causes the condition.
Researchers from King’s College London have found women are twice as likely to suffer from severe depression following a stroke than men.