News and Events
7 December 2010 Awards recognise undergraduate achievements
Staff and fellow students came together in celebration of some of the School's outstanding undergraduate students as they received prizes at a ceremony held last month at Guy’s Campus.
8 November 2010 Scientists make advance in dementia research
The preservation of a protein found in particular synapses in the brain plays a key role in protecting against vascular dementia after a stroke, say researchers at King’s College London.
6 October 2010 Professor Lawrence Bannister presents his E-learning Neuroanatomy Project
King's in collaboration with the University of Warwick, hosted the Festival of Learning the culmination of the King's Warwick Project drawing on the outcomes as well as wider examples of innovation in teaching and learning from other universities.
6 October 2010 From Neurones to Networks: Birth, Death, Disease and Repair of the Nervous System
A Physiological Society themed meeting will take place on 6 to 8 April 2011 at King's College London. It is being organised by Dr Jon Robbins, Dr Pat Docherty and Professor Jeremy Ward. Find out more
23 October 2009 Wellcome Image Award winner
Ivor Mason, Professor of Developmental Biology, has been chosen as one of the winners of this year's Wellcome Image Awards.
21 October 2009 Awards recognise undergraduate achievements
Some of the School's outstanding undergraduate students received Departmental prizes and MyScholarship awards at a ceremony this week.
13 October 2009 New brain network to beat dementia
King’s is to be the centre of a new £2 million network of brain banks launching today as part of a campaign to address a nationwide shortage of brains essential for dementia research and encourage people to donate brain tissue upon their death.