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25 May 2020

An interview with Dr Jake Andrews on clinical pathways and keeping well during Covid-19

Dr Jake Andrews is a Research Fellow working on the Clinical Pathways Work Package 9, looking at how the RADAR-CNS remote...

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20 May 2020

An interview with Sarah Markham, a participant on the RADAR-CNS MDD study

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19 May 2020

From Babylonian blood-letting practices to wearable tech, new film on the evolution of depression perceptions and treatment

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18 May 2020

An interview with neurologist Dr Elisa Bruno

Dr Elisa Bruno is a neurologist and the lead researcher for the RADAR-CNS Epilepsy study at King’s College London.  Her role within the...

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02 March 2020

RADAR-CNS presentation at Biomarkers Consortium Workshop

Last month we took part in The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) Biomarkers Consortium’s public...

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14 February 2020

Professor Dame Til Wykes receives Constance Pascal-Helen Boyle Prize

The European Psychiatric Association (EPA) has announced Professor Dame Til Wykes as the winner of the EPA Constance...

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04 November 2019

A new study into the recovery of people with psychosis will use the open-source RADAR-base data platform developed by RADAR-CNS

The UNFOLD study will identify the processes involved in...

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09 October 2019

‘Science is Wonderful!’ - Researchers showcase RADAR-CNS in Brussels

RADAR-CNS researchers showcased the work of the project on the 24th and 25th of September at a free exhibition designed to...

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02 October 2019

RADAR-CNS duo bring research to the people at EU-wide science event

Two RADAR-CNS researchers gave presentations in Barcelona last weekend during a Europe-wide public celebration of science and research....

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17 July 2019

RADAR-CNS research uncovers what patients want (and don’t want) from wearables

A series of focus groups has produced fresh insights into what would encourage – or discourage –use of wearable healthtech by people with depression,...

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05 June 2019

RADAR-CNS team gathers in Athens to share ideas and explore challenges

Nearly 80 members of the RADAR-CNS team met in May in Athens, Greece for three days of problem solving, sharing of ideas and assessing progress on outcomes...

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29 March 2019

Interview with Dr Faith Matcham on using technology to measure depression

Dr Faith Matcham is a post-doctoral research associate in the department of psychological medicine at King’s College London. Here she talks about her work...

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