Our multidisciplinary and ambitious research is helping to translate scientific discoveries in the laboratory into pioneering treatments for patients. Discover how our experts are finding answers to complex problems and changing the world for the better.
Professor Chris McDermott and his team are transforming the lives of their patients by giving them some independence back – with the help of NASA technology.
By gaining a better understanding of Parkinson's Disease, we are working towards potentially life-changing treatments to slow it down and one day halt it in its tracks.
A new treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) has had a life-changing impact on patients who have the relapsing-remitting form of the disease.
Our researchers are using a unique library of human tissue – and biocompatible 3D printed materials – to improve patient treatment and quality of life.
Nature will always find the simplest way to do something. This is the case for autonomous technology, where bees are providing a novel solution.
The discovery of a biomarker linked to the development of Alzheimer’s Disease could lead to a new way of screening the elderly population for early signs of the disease.
Scientists have discovered a new gene variation that causes motor neurone disease (MND) in a novel biological pathway that until now hasn’t been linked with neurodegeneration.
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There are three research pillars at the heart of our pioneering work.
Our talented teams are working to advance fundamental neuroscience and harness new discoveries.