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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...

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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...

23 October 2019

Blog: Showcasing RADAR-CNS in London

By Katie White, Research Assistant at King’s College London

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09 October 2019

‘Science is Wonderful!’ - Researchers showcase RADAR-CNS in Brussels

RADAR-CNS researchers showcased the work of the project on the 24th and 25th of September at a free exhibition designed to...

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02 October 2019

RADAR-CNS duo bring research to the people at EU-wide science event

Two RADAR-CNS researchers gave presentations in Barcelona last weekend during a Europe-wide public celebration of science and research....

10 September 2019

Interview with Janice Weyer on being part of RADAR-CNS’s Patient Advisory Board

Janice Weyer is a member of the RADAR-CNS Patient Advisory Board (PAB). The PAB...

20 August 2019

RADAR-CNS, RMT and my PhD: An interview with Shazmin Majid

Shazmin Majid is a doctoral student at the University of Nottingham. Her PhD project will use RADAR-CNS’s open source RADAR-base platform. She spoke to us...

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17 July 2019

RADAR-CNS research uncovers what patients want (and don’t want) from wearables

A series of focus groups has produced fresh insights into what would encourage – or discourage –use of wearable healthtech by people with depression,...

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