National Heart & Lung Institute (NHLI)
14 Dec 2015
Scientists have discovered a gene mutation that may trigger muscle and heart disorders.
24 Jun 2015
A study has found that using airway valves to treat people with emphysema can improve lung function and exercise capacity.
22 Jun 2015
Sir Magdi Yacoub has been awarded the Lister Medal for his contribution to surgical science.
Prof Darrel Francis and his DAMASCENE writing group received the BMJ UK Research Paper of the Year Award on 6th May 2015.
The judges awarded first place to Ryan Robinson for his 3-minute explanation of his research on proteins as environmental sensors.
Researchers have identified stem cells that help repair the damage caused by a heart attack when injected in mice.
The efforts to support female academics by the Departments of Medicine and Aeronautics have been recognised with Athena SWAN awards.
New research suggests it may be possible to predict an infant's progress following surgery for congenital heart disease with a blood test.
The theme for World Asthma Day on 5th May is "You can control your asthma", and researchers at NHLI are developing a monitor called 'myAirCoach'.
The President's Awards for Excellence are annual awards to recognise staff members who have made outstanding contributions in Education or Research.
Dame Margaret officially opened the Margaret Turner Warwick Education Centre for the NHLI at the Royal Brompton Campus, on Thursday 16 April 2015.
Dr Matthew Hind has started a new service at the Brompton Hospital to focus on adult patients with developmental lung abnormalities
Imperial College London has published a short film taking viewers inside its animal research facilities.
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