Clinical and discovery scientists collaborate in a multi-disciplinary environment on a range of exciting and innovative areas spanning the analysis of stem cell programming, molecular biophysics and genetics of human disease through to the development of innovative new technology, therapies and clinical trials
Our cross-disciplinary approach enables us to tackle emerging, cutting-edge questions in areas such as human physiology, cancer, dermatology, diabetes, liver failure, genetic diseases, ageing, and pain.
Research focused on fundamental questions regarding human physiological function and adaptation
We research how stem cells interact in their niche and develop effective cell therapies in the…
Finding new and improved ways to diagnose and treat genetic diseases.
Specialising in biophysical research across disciplines and scales
We seek to improve the diagnosis and management of severe skin diseases through understanding the…
21 September 2020
Researchers at King’s have developed a material that allows transplantation of bone-forming stem…
25 August 2020
New research has identified several individual lipid species that are able to trigger stem cells in…
29 September 2020
Seminar with Dr Sergi Padilla-Parra
06 October 2020
Seminar with Professor Salvador Aznar Benitah and Professor Alfonso Martinez Arias
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