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MedCity sets up advanced therapy research network

MedCity sets up advanced therapy research network

It starts life with £5m in funding from Research England and collaboration from King’s College London, Imperial College London, and University College London. ... Meanwhile King’s College London has committed to develop a £30m ATMP centre at

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  • Gilead and Aelix join forces to pursue HIV ‘cure’ Gilead and Aelix join forces to pursue HIV ‘cure’

    Other groups are also working on eradication strategies, including an academic consortium led by Imperial College London, the University of Oxford, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, and the University of

  • London cancer hub launched by Cancer Research UK London cancer hub launched by Cancer Research UK

    London cancer hub launched by Cancer Research UK. Specialist centres unite to collaborate on immunotherapies such as CAR-T. ... At the heart of the plans is the creation of a coalition of London’s top research centres – including UCL, King’s

  • Alnylam gets EU nod for Onpattro amid pricing backlash Alnylam gets EU nod for Onpattro amid pricing backlash

    Until recently, patients diagnosed with hATTR amyloidosis faced an uncertain future, ”says Professor Philip Hawkins of University College London Medical School.

  • Human Cell Atlas gets new UK funding Human Cell Atlas gets new UK funding

    Five other UK institutions will collaborate on the project and also receive funding: Newcastle University, King’s College London, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and the European Bioinformatics Institute.

  • Freeline raises £88m to accelerate haemophilia gene therapy Freeline raises £88m to accelerate haemophilia gene therapy

    Freeline raises £88m to accelerate haemophilia gene therapy. Spin-out from London university joins fast-developing field. ... The gene therapy has developed from research conducted by Freeline’s chief scientific officer Prof Amit Nathwani (pictured),

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  • 30 women leaders in UK healthcare (part 3) 30 women leaders in UK healthcare (part 3)

    this setting. 24. Dr Sandra Bucci, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Psychologist, University of Manchester. ... 26. Professor Janet Darbyshire, Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology, University College London, Honorary Senior Scientist, MRC Clinical Trials Unit.

  • How can pharma better engage and empower patients who are socially disadvantaged? How can pharma better engage and empower patients who are socially disadvantaged?

    For those who are socially disadvantaged, Professor Michael Marmot’s work at University College London’s Institute of Health Equity shows how social injustice leads to health inequalities, and that education

  • Behaviour Change Behaviour Change

    The Centre for Behaviour Change is a unique initiative, harnessing the breadth and depth of academic expertise in behaviour change at University College London (UCL) to address key challenges facing society ... is senior teaching fellow and Australasian

  • Holding on to hope for Alzheimer’s advances Holding on to hope for Alzheimer’s advances

    Lawrence Honig of the Columbia University Medical Center and principal investigator of Expedition 3, presented the data at the meeting. ... In December, the UK DRI unveiled the University of Leuven’s Professor Bart De Strooper as its director, who will

  • Why health psychology should inform pharma strategy Why health psychology should inform pharma strategy

    Qualifications: BSc Psychology University of Sussex, 1st class honours; MSc Health Psychology University College London, Distinction.

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Latest appointments

  • Healthcare Comms appointments Healthcare Comms appointments

    Guglielmi, who spent the last 3 years as an honorary researcher at University College London, brings experience in tumour biology and neuroscience to the agency. ... Hayley re-joins TBWA/WorldHealth London at a time when the company looks to implement a

  • UK Dementia Research Institute names director UK Dementia Research Institute names director

    Prof Bart De Strooper has been appointed as director of the UK Dementia Research Institute, and will lead the venture from University College London. ... Prof De Strooper is currently a professor of molecular medicine at the University of Leuven and

  • Artios Pharma appoints science strategy VP Artios Pharma appoints science strategy VP

    Francis Crick Institute in London. ... Dr Boulton is also an honorary professor at University College London, a fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and an elected member of the European Molecular Biology Organisation, from whom

  • Biogen Idec names head of gene therapy Biogen Idec names head of gene therapy

    Prior to Kadmon, Dr Danos acted as the director of the Gene Therapy Consortium of the University College of London and led a gene therapy research team at the Necker Hospital –

  • Emotive hires junior planner Emotive hires junior planner

    Burrows has a degree in neuroscience from King's College, London. She joins emotive directly from university, bringing “ excellent written communication and experience in digital impact evaluation”, said the agency.

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