20 February 2019

RADAR-base platform being used to measure atrial fibrillation

The RADAR-base platform, developed as part of RADAR-CNS, is now being used to study patients with atrial fibrillation (AF).

13 February 2019

RADAR-CNS researchers scoop prize at MQ Science Meeting

A team of researchers working on the RADAR-CNS clinical study in major depressive disorder have won the Audience Favourite prize for a poster they presented...

11 February 2019

Project launch: Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Alzheimer’s Disease

Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Alzheimer’s Disease (RADAR-AD) is now underway, applying, amongst others, the techniques and technologies...

05 February 2019

RADAR-CNS researchers identify factors that could aid or hinder engagement with wearable devices for measurement and management of depression

A group of researchers from RADAR-CNS has published a study examining the factors that affect engagement with mobile technology for the measurement and...

07 January 2019

Welcome to the third issue of our e-newsletter

Dear colleagues,

We are writing to you with the latest news from the RADAR-CNS (Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Central Nervous System)...

05 January 2019

IMIs celebrating 10 years of Medical Innovations events

In October, the RADAR-CNS team took part in two IMI events in Brussels, Belgium, to celebrate their 10th anniversary.

04 January 2019

Professor Matthew Hotopf receives CBE at Buckingham Palace in London

Professor Matthew Hotopf, RADAR-CNS co-lead, from King’s College London, has received a CBE from His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at an investiture...

03 January 2019

RADAR-CNS at New Scientist Live

A team from RADAR-CNS hosted a stand at the New Scientist Live event at the ExCeL London in September last year. The event is a festival of science and...

02 January 2019

National Academies’ Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders

National Academies’ Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders

01 January 2019

RADAR-CNS Research blog: Aki Rintala, KU Leuven

Aki is a PhD student in the Center for Contextual Psychiatry at KU Leuven in Belgium. He is part of coordinating clinical harmonisation across clinical...

12 November 2018

Nature publishes review on mobile technology in health research

Nature is picking up on the trend of mobile technology in health research, shown by their publication of an in-depth and accessible review on the topic.

05 October 2018

RADAR-CNS at New Scientist Live event in London

We are very pleased to announce the representation of RADAR-CNS at the New Scientist Live event taking place at the ExCeL London between...