School of Public Health
14 Feb 2012
Patients’ ratings of hospitals tally with objective measures of the hospital’s performance - News release
21 Sep 2012
Free bus passes for over-60s may be encouraging older people to be more physically active, Imperial research suggests.
20 Jun 2012
Work-related cancer deaths account for 5% of total, new research shows - News
Imperial celebrates four new Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences – News
Research suggests that more than 600 million people could be fed each year by halting the spread of fungal diseases in the most important crops - News release
Study finds defects in a protein that functions as a dietary fat sensor may be a cause of obesity and liver disease - News release
People who carry rare genetic mutations in the receptor for melatonin have a much higher risk of type 2 diabetes, according a study published in Nature Genetics - News release
Renewed support from the British government will enable research groups based at Imperial to distribute an additional 100 million treatments for schistosomiasis in Africa.
One of Ireland's foremost medical leaders joins the College
The Schistosomiasis Control Initiative has been rated as one of the top two charities for achieving impact with donations by nonprofit organisation GiveWell.
More than 80 years after the discovery of penicillin, gene sequencing has revealed new secrets about the mould that kick-started the antimicrobial revolution.
The global trade in amphibians may have helped create and spread a deadly fungal disease, an Imperial study suggests.
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