Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms from patient scans and data will help speed up diagnosis across several clinical services
Researchers at King’s College London have automated brain MRI image labelling to label more than 100,000 exams in less than 30 minutes.
A new supercomputer launched with support from our partners will improve our understanding of the brain for earlier, accurate diagnosis.
Hear from Mr Jonathan K. Makanjuola, consultant urological surgeon at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
We explore health and social care initiatives that are helping close the 10-year gap in life expectancy in south east London.
Last month marked one year since the launch of the ZOE COVID Symptom Study, looking into the spread and effects of COVID-19.
Study finds electronic notes made by healthcare staff and analysed by computers can help hospitals prepare for increased admissions.
Bringing together digital innovations in health and social care to provide a single resource for researchers in south London.
The system that enables GPs and healthcare professionals to see patient information held in other healthcare settings includes more areas.
Explore a new video for patients on how the use of health records for research purposes helps them.
Learn how surgeons are using AI to help them perform safe and effective procedures and overcome the backlog of surgery.
More than one and a half million people in the UK have downloaded the COVID-19 Symptom Tracker App.