Report published in Lancet Neurology highlights progress and unmet needs for traumatic brain injury prevention, care, and research
Members of the public are being asked to help remove biases based on race and other disadvantaged groups in artificial intelligence algorithms for healthcare
A carbohydrate commonly found attached to plant proteins is a food source for the bacteria in our gut, new research suggests.
Potential target could treat long-term neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s Disease and foster nerve regeneration in central nervous system injuries.
Professor Claudio Mauro has been awarded a British Heart Foundation Senior Research Fellowship towards research in immunometabolism in atherosclerosis.
Tests showed women with Idiopathic Intercranial Hypertension had a distinct metabolic profile, but weight loss programmes had positive effect on results
New understanding about how the gut balances between 'good' and 'bad' bacteria could provide new clues for managing chronic gut diseases
Study part of new European recommendations for bringing patient preferences into drug development
Review of research found that two way conversation ensures inflammation in cornea kept to minimum
Diagnostics for uveitis could be made easier thanks to new dye that can be used in drop form
New research with families in Chile looking at a rare genetic defect suggests that new, more powerful drugs to prevent dangerous clotting would be safe.
Healthcare data research should follow a framework to ensure transparency at every stage, according to experts across research, regulation and patient advocacy.