The Clinical Research Facility will allow more early phase clinical trials to take place in East London, bringing potentially life-changing treatments to our local population and shaping the future of healthcare through truly world-class innovations.
We have funded a new board game, available in Barts Health hospitals, that aims to improve the experience of young people transitioning out of paediatric into adult care services.
We have funded prehabilitation gym equipment in all Barts Health hospitals to help cancer patients get fit ahead of their surgery.
The Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust's pledge will support the development of a new Clinical Research Facility at The Royal London Hospital. This could mean earlier access to life-changing treatments for people in East London.
With our funding researchers at Queen Mary will investigate how marks on DNA in our blood - and the information they contain - can be used to detect a wider range of diseases than before, early and accurately.
Patients in the Special Care Dentistry department at The Royal London Hospital have felt more at ease using sensory items including weighted blankets and viewing images, all designed to help reduce anxiety.
With a grant of £850,000, we are continuing our commitment to supporting Barts Health NHS staff by funding a new staff recognition programme
A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at Mile End Hospital, which we have part funded, is in use in the new Early Diagnosis Centre (EDC). Since the MRI suite opened in autumn 2022, waiting times have reduced dramatically.
Mum Treasa takes on a walking challenge and inspires friends to raise money for the people who saved her baby, Daithi.
Following breast cancer diagnosis in 2022, Emma and her community have been fundraising to support the new Breast Cancer Centre.
A new imaging technique being introduced at St Bartholomew's Hospital is showing promising results for detecting breast cancer for women with dense breast tissue – associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
Somali-speaking Community Engagement Officer at Barts Health helps improve Somali women's access to and experience of healthcare services - leading to plans to expand the service.