A study led by Queen Mary University of London has, for the first time, identified cells that drive the spread of pancreatic cancer. A weakness in these cells could be targeted using existing drugs.
Research funded by Barts Charity and led by Queen Mary, suggests that people may experience long-term health impacts following acute respiratory infections including cold, influenza and pneumonia that are not due to Covid-19, and that may be going unrecognised.
The Royal London Dental Hospital now has the latest digital technology to provide the very best in oral care to its patient population in East London thanks to £2.3m in funding from Barts Charity.
New research finds that people from ethnic minority groups and socioeconomically deprived areas face higher risks of developing dementia. Funded by Barts Charity, the research is focused on better representing a diverse UK population.
In 2022, the Barts Health neuro-oncology service, who together with the Blizard Institute at Queen Mary University of London received £1.5m funding, was recognised as a Centre of Excellence by the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission.
Queen Mary University of London Child Psychiatrist Professor Dennis Ougrin put his life on hold to aid the citizens of his home country of Ukraine.
With £2.6m of charity funding, researchers at Queen Mary University of London aim to better understand how metabolism affects obesity.
Today is World Parkinson’s Day, on which people around the world come together to raise awareness about Parkinson’s disease.
This Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month we revisit the PROTECTOR study. This study aims to find a better way to treat women at risk of ovarian cancer.
Barts Charity has awarded a grant of £325,000 to better understand why more people from East London communities have not participated in the national Covid-19 vaccine programme.