Faculty of Medicine
10 Apr 2013
Imperial will lead one of three new British Heart Foundation (BHF) research centres focussed on repairing the damage caused by a heart attack.
05 Mar 2013
Medical students to be informed of their Foundation Year placement on 8 March
04 Mar 2013
Trial suggests patches giving oestrogen through the skin could be an easy and safe alternative to hormone therapies for prostate cancer.
Mathematical models suggest other approaches need to be considered in bid to control neglected tropical diseases.
Contrary to medical opinion, blood-thinning medications may be safe and beneficial for some patients with an inherited bleeding disorder.
Put 3-4 May in your diary for this year's Imperial Festival for your chance to meet cutting edge researchers and take part in experiments.
A Storify account of the latest in our series of evening events for the public.
A new car sharing scheme will launch next month giving staff and students at Imperial access to pay-as-you-go, low emission vehicles.
Academics at Imperial College London have won three prestigious Wellcome Trust Investigator Awards to support their research into health and disease.
New knowledge about the genetic causes of heart diseases will be translated into improvements in diagnosis and treatment with a £1.8 million grant.
Professor Roger Kneebone talks about his Wellcome Trust Engagement Fellowship, which he officially took up this month.
Outstanding achievements in clinical medicine, academic leadership and medical technology were recognised through the Faculty of Medicine Fellowships.
Microbes present in the gut can affect the severity of kidney disease brought on by melamine poisoning, according to an international study.
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