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.
Could new technology help people with Parkinson’s manage their condition better?
Doctors at Guy’s and St Thomas’ have transformed the life of a patient after performing a pioneering migraine treatment.
King’s College London researchers have been awarded the largest ever research grant to improve palliative care for people with dementia.
The neuro-surgical team at King’s College Hospital have saved a boy’s life after performing an innovative brain procedure.
King’s College London research shows an exaggerated immune response could be linked to how chronic fatigue syndrome begins.
Computers have been used to accurately distinguish between individuals with Dissociative Identity Disorder and healthy individuals.
Dr Paul Shotbolt, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London, blogs.
A King’s College London team has been awarded £2m by the National Institute for Health Research to improve stroke care in Sierra Leone.