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) programme – including a number of events we’ve spoken at, a blog from Aki Rintala and news of Matthew’s CBE.


Image: the RADAR-CNS team (June 2016)

Dear colleagues,

We are writing to you with the latest news from the RADAR-CNS (Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Central Nervous System) programme– including a number of events we’ve spoken at, a blog from Aki Rintala and news of Matthew’s CBE.

We’re pleased to announce that we have a total of 327 participants across the RADAR-CNS project. This includes 125 participants who are enrolled to the Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) study in London, and 18 in Barcelona; 160 patients are taking part in the Epilepsy study in London and Freiburg. We have 24 participants enrolled in the MS Study in Milan. 

We’ve added biographies and pictures of more of the people working on the project to our website. Find out more about us by visiting: www.radar-cns.org/about/project-team

In December, Matthew gave a well-received update of the project at the NIHR Mental Health MedTech Co-Operative (MIC) mental health technology symposium 2018 in London. The event was a great success with an audience of leaders in clinical practice, patient experience, academic research, industry and technology development addressing the key challenges in building a stronger evidence-base to support implementation of new technologies in mental healthcare. 

We have started planning for our third annual meeting and this will take place in Athens, Greece from Tuesday 7 May to Thursday 9 May. We look forward to seeing some of you there.

Our next newsletter will come out in the summer. 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 wish you all a very happy and healthy 2019!

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


IMIs celebrating 10 years of Medical Innovations events

Professor Matthew Hotopf receives CBE at Buckingham Palace in London

RADAR-CNS at New Scientist Live

National Academies’ Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders

RADAR-CNS Research blog: Aki Rintala, KU Leuven

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