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News
09 October 2017

RADAR-CNS is hiring!

These positions have now been filled

We have an exciting opportunity available for London-based researchers interested in working with RADAR...

Survey
26 September 2017

Calling healthcare professionals: collaborate with RADAR-CNS

*This questionnaire is now closed*

Healthcare professionals are being invited to register their interest in participating in RADAR-CNS (...

Survey
09 August 2017

Help us develop a new mobile health app

*This questionnaire is now closed*

People with depression, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis (MS) are being asked to contribute to a major...

Event
12 July 2017

RADAR-CNS annual meeting showcases latest project developments

The RADAR-CNS consortium held its first annual meeting in Barcelona, Spain, on 28 and 29 June 2017.  The meeting was attended by over 100 members of the...

News
04 July 2017

RADAR-CNS and The Hyve win best poster at Bio-IT World 2017

In June 2017, RADAR-CNS partner The Hyve presented a poster of the project at...

News
23 June 2017

First patient recruited to RADAR-CNS study

The RADAR-CNS (Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Central Nervous System) project has recruited its first patient.

News
12 June 2017

Award will allow RADAR-CNS researcher to extend project to rheumatoid arthritis

Dr Faith Matcham, a researcher from King’s College London, has received a special award which will allow her to conduct early research into how the RADAR-...

Event
30 May 2017

RADAR-CNS presented to young people’s mental health advisory group

The RADAR-CNS (Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Central Nervous System) project was presented to an expert young people’s mental health advisory...

Survey
10 April 2017

Complete a short survey and help RADAR-CNS

*This survey is now closed*

Researchers on the Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse in Central Nervous System Disorders (RADAR-CNS)...

Event
07 October 2016

RADAR-CNS events: October - December 2016

RADAR-CNS will be appearing at several conferences and events in October - December 2016.

27 September 2016

RADAR-CNS at IMI Forum in Brussels

Professor Matthew Hotopf, academic co-lead of the RADAR-CNS project, will...

News
14 September 2016

RADAR-CNS website launches

RADAR-CNS today launches a new project website.  RADAR-CNS (Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Central Nervous System) is a major research programme...

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