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- Dr James Burge from MRC Centre presents results
of major international trial in periodic paralysis at American Academy of
Neurology 2016 (click 'free plenary sessions' and select 'James Burge'.
- Professor Michael Hanna talks about centre research
- Successful MRC centre study in inclusion body Myositis provides clues to new treatment approaches in Alzheimer's diseases and ALS
- New drug shows promise for muscle wasting diseases
- Report by Kathryn Munro on the Neuromuscular Complex Care Centre (NMCCC)
- Recruitment: Senior Clinical Research Fellow
- On-line e-learning module on neuromuscular conditions for physiotherapists launched
- MRC Centre biomarker study published in Lancet Neurology
- Dr Pedro Machado wins award for his work on sporadic inclusion body myositis
- Recruitment: Clinical Research Fellow
- Brand new infographic highlighting key MRC Centre activities
- Recruitment: Post Doctoral Research Associate required to work on Molecular basis of and treatment for Neuromuscular Diseases.
- Professor Mary Reilly is elected first female President of the Association of British Neurologists
- 2015 UK Neuromuscular Translational Research Conference
- UCL rated top UK university by research strength in the REF2014
- UCL Institute of Neurology will launch a new Postgraduate Masters Programme starting September 2015
- Mike Hanna and the CNMD Team run BUPA London 10,000 2015
This is a joint centre between the UCL Institute of Neurology and the UCL Institute of Child Health, London and the University of Newcastle. The Centre is building on long-established UCL-Newcastle research and clinical links. The centre has established reciprocal clinical and research links with other neuromuscular research groups and patient organisations throughout the UK including the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, and has developed new cross-cutting collaborations which have capitalised on the recruitment of world class senior academic personnel to UCL and Newcastle.
The Centre is working with the very large adult and paediatric neuromuscular disease patient populations cared for at the co-located hospitals: Great Ormond Street NHS Trust, the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.