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.
14 Feb 2013
Supposedly 'primitive' reflexes may involve more sophisticated brain function than previously thought.
Microbes present in the gut can affect the severity of kidney disease brought on by melamine poisoning, according to an international study.
Outstanding achievements in clinical medicine, academic leadership and medical technology were recognised through the Faculty of Medicine Fellowships.
Tackling inequality and learning lessons from HIV will help fight non-communicable diseases.
A study has shown that meningitis and septicaemia have a significant impact on children's ability to learn as well as their behaviour at school.
Genes linked to autism and schizophrenia are switched on during brain development, according to a collaboration between Imperial, King's and Oxford.
Senior doctors across the UK have called for healthcare organisations to sever all links with PR companies lobbying on behalf of the tobacco industry.
A new study has identified how bacteria that cause meningitis and septicaemia are able to detect and ingest new DNA and generate different strains.
Research suggests a possible new target for treating a complication of pregnancy, called obstetric cholestasis, that can result in stillbirth.
Researchers at Imperial College London have discovered a new way in which a very common childhood disease could be treated.
To coincide with World Cancer Day 2013, explore some stories of the world class cancer related research carried out at Imperial over the last year.
Dr Emily Mayhew, Research Associate (Co-curricular Studies) and professional historian, tells the story of the stretcher bearers of the Great War
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