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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...

20 April 2020

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on RADAR-CNS

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably impacted RADAR-CNS. Our project management team is monitoring the situation...

03 April 2020

More than 1,000 clinicians complete RMT survey

Our Clinical Pathways team has surveyed 1,009 clinicians as to identify requirements of clinical stakeholders for integrating remote...

18 March 2020

Consultation meeting at EMA: Joint effort of the RADAR-CNS and RADAR-AD consortium members

On the 4th of February 2020, RADAR-CNS and RADAR-AD...

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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...

Newsletter
22 January 2020

Welcome to the fifth 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.

06 December 2019

Spotlight on data analysis and biosignatures

We spoke to colleagues from the work stream on data analysis and biosignatures to find out more about their contribution to the study.

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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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