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Queen Mary University of London partners with healthtech startup Living With to help Rheumatoid Arthritis patients

  Working with innovative healthtech startup Living With, researchers from Queen Mary University of London are launching a new project that could revolutionize the treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and save the NHS millions every year. The project will...

Future Innovator Award for Queen Mary Researcher

We're delighted to share some fantastic news from our partner, Queen Mary University of London. On September 9th, Postdoctoral Research Associate Khai DQ Nguyen was awarded the Future Innovator award at the 2020 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships Best of the Best Awards....

Pump Priming Fund 2020

A Pump Priming Fund (PPF) is available through the QME Zone to fund life science businesses for up to £50k for a development project to be undertaken in collaboration with Queen Mary academic and research staff. The Pump Prime Fund is designed to encourage exploration for new innovative concepts that have potential for major impact. In particular, PPF should provide an opportunity to obtain pilot data that enables subsequent submission of a grant or fellowship application to an external funding agency.

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Barts Life Sciences blog June 2020

    Interview with CAP-AI Healthcare Data Scientist Sophie Williams What is your role and what does it involve?  The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that the Barts Health has a wealth of patient data from a diverse local population, which can be used to analyse...

Barts Life Sciences UEZ blog April 2020

  CAP-AI project feature: Precise real-time automated analysis of cardiac MR images Doctors at Barts Health NHS Trust are using AI to predict heart attack risk more accurately A team at Barts Health led by James Moon, Consultant Cardiologist and Clinical Director...

QMUL ranked 4th in UK for commercialising research

The Entrepreneurial Impact Ranking 2019 identifies universities that are leading the way in creating and commercialising their academic research through spinout companies. Queen Mary placed fourth after it was found to be effective in terms of its production of...

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