Welcome to the fourth issue of our e-newsletter

We are writing to you with the latest news from the RADAR-CNS (Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Central Nervous System) programme.


We had a very successful Annual Meeting in Athens, Greece from 7-9 May. Our team is spread over 20 organisations in countries across Europe and beyond, so when we come together in one place, we make sure we capitalise on this rare opportunity to tackle challenges face to face, and explore new and different ways of working as a team in the truest sense. We came away with renewed energy and focus, as well as a comprehensive list of actions to take.

Participant numbers have continued to grow, and we now have a total of 923 participants across the RADAR-CNS project. This includes 304 participants who are enrolled in the major depressive disorder study in London, Barcelona and Amsterdam. 207 patients are taking part in the epilepsy study in London and Freiburg, and we have 412 participants enrolled in the MS Study in Milan, Denmark and Barcelona.

There have also been a number of additions to the team since January and we’d like to extend a warm welcome to our new colleagues. You can find a selection of team profiles at www.radar-cns.org/about/project-team

You’ll receive our next newsletter in January 2020. In the meantime, you can find regular news updates at www.radar-cns.org, as well as our latest research papers and publications.

Until next time!

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