Academic Health Sciences Centre

Academic Health Sciences Centre

An academic biomedical facility in the UK, designated by the Secretary of State for Health, which integrates teaching, research and clinical service.
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8220;As part of the academic health sciences centre King's Health Partners, Guy's and St Thomas' is a pioneer in health research and a leading provider of medical education, which means we need to be able to share large amounts of data securely.
This mobile app is a new channel for Veterans and serving personnel in the Canadian Armed Forces and the RCMP to get information and resources on operational stress injuries without any stigma, said George Weber, President and CEO of The Royal, the only specialized mental health and academic health sciences centre of the OSI Clinic Network.
Published April 20 in PLoS Genetics, the study looked at 172 twins aged 32 to 80 from the TwinsUK cohort based at King's College London and St Thomas' Hospital, as part of King's Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre.
The UK's lead investigator, Dr Jonathan Hill, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at King's College Hospital and King's Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre, said: "This stem cell product has the potential to change the medical paradigm for treatment of large heart attacks, and to provide for the first time a validated and effective off-the-shelf therapy for routine use.
In a study at Baycrest academic health sciences centre, which is affiliated with the University of Toronto, 12 younger adults and 12 older adults took part in a face recognition task.
A NEW academic health sciences centre is to be created at Warwick University in Coventry - the first in the West Midlands.
The systematic review was done by Cochrane researchers at King's Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre in the UK.

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