Welcome to the second issue of our e-newsletter

Dear colleagues,

We are writing to you with news from the RADAR-CNS (Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Central Nervous System) programme– including the launch of the data platform RADAR-base.

Image: the RADAR-CNS team (June 2016)

We wanted our newsletter readers to be the first to view our new RADAR-CNS film. The 7-minute film gives a fantastic overview of the project and features interviews with colleagues from across the project, including members of our patient advisory board and participants in our studies. We do hope you enjoy it and please do share with your colleagues and networks.

The film includes footage and interviews from our second RADAR-CNS annual consortium meeting in Prague, Czech Republic. The meeting last April was a great success and it was extremely useful to discuss elements of the studies, recruitment, and the data platform in detail with colleagues from across the project. We were also lucky to hear from some brilliant guest speakers Robert Neusner, Neuroscience Diagnostics, and Dr Thomas Insel, Mindstrong Health.

We’re pleased to announce 50 participants are now enrolled to the Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) study in London; 81 patients are taking part in the Epilepsy study in Freiberg, with a further 41 participants enrolled in London. Our first participant has also enrolled this month into the MS Study in Milan.

Our next newsletter will come out towards the end of this year. In the meantime please visit our website as it is regularly updated with news, details of conference talks and presentations, and our latest research papers and publications.

We hope you have a wonderful summer,

Matthew Hotopf, King's College London
Vaibhav Narayan, Janssen Pharmaceutica NV
RADAR-CNS Project Co-Leads

Health data RADAR-base platform launched

RADAR-CNS MS study recruits first participants

Our second annual meeting

Professor Matthew Hotopf receives prestigious award in UK Honours

Exhibiting at the IMI’s Celebrating 10 Years of Medical Innovations event 

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