BLOOMSBURY CENTRE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH
Supported by the Wellcome Trust, the centre aims to recruit and train clinical and non-clinical scientists interested in global health research.
E-STI TESTING RESEARCH
Working in partnership with digital sexual health service SH:24, King’s and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine have conducted a study aimed at increasing treatments for prevalent sexually-transmitted infections in London.
CENTRE FOR GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH
The Centre seeks to close the treatment gap and reduce human rights abuses experienced by people living with mental, neurological and substance use conditions, particularly in low resource settings.
COMPUTATIONAL COLLABORATIVE PROJECT CCP PET-MR
This EPSRC-funded collaborative computational project (CCP) aims to bring together the best of the UK's PET and MR image reconstruction expertise to capitalise on this unique opportunity.
COLLABORATE TO INNOVATE
This competition sees life sciences SMEs partnered up with academics to deliver 6-12 month research proposals. With support from ERDF and HEFCE, 16 projects were selected for 2017.
EAST LONDON GENES AND HEALTH
East London Genes & Health aims to improve health among people of Pakistani and Bangladeshi heritage in East London by analysing the genes and health of 100,000 local people.
EXPLORING 5G POTENTIAL WITH ERICSSON
King’s College London and Ericsson are collaborating on 5G research, addressing both technical implications and societal challenges towards the development of a tactile internet.
BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION CENTRE FOR RESEARCH EXCELLENCE
The Centre brings together a unique range of internationally renowned scientists and clinicians focusing on early diagnosis, prevention and treatment of heart diseases.
GEORGIAN PAPERS PROGRAMME
A collaboration between King’s and the Royal Collection Trust, the programme aims to digitize, disseminate, and interpret a rich collection of materials, including correspondence, maps and royal household ledgers.
GET CREATIVE INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROJECT
Led by the BBC and What Next?, the campaign celebrates and promotes creativity of all kinds across the UK in collaboration with a range of arts, cultural and voluntary organisations across the UK.
HEALTH IMPACT OF AIR POLLUTION IN LONDON
MedIAN is one of eight networks that identifies and develops Engineering and Physical Sciences solutions to unmet clinical needs identified by the NIHR Healthcare Technology Cooperatives.
King's, St Thomas’ Hospital, Imperial College London, the University of Firenze (Italy), the Hospital for Sick Children (Canada) and Philips Healthcare use techniques to create a multi-probe system for automated ultrasound imaging.
Improving Places, a collaboration between Arts Council England and the Mayor of London, highlights how partnerships between Culture and Business Improvement Districts affect where we live, work and play.
KING'S COMMISSION ON LONDON
Established in November 2015, King’s Commission on London is a two-year study looking at the future challenges and issues facing London and their possible solutions – taking a longer term, 15 year, perspective
KING'S HEALTH PARTNERS
King's Health Partners is an Academic Health Science Centre where world-class research, education and clinical practice are brought together for the benefit of patients.
KING'S THINK TANK
King's Think Tank is Europe's largest student-led Think Tank, striving to empower students with the skills necessary to devise and implement policy solutions effectively and efficiently.
LONDON AGE-FRIENDLY CITIES
The Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy contributes to the London Age-friendly Cities research project as one of 33 projects in the World Health Organization’s global initiative.
LONDON AIR QUALITY NETWORK
The Medical Research Council - Public Health England Centre for Environment and Health is a leading centre for research on air quality and health and manages the London Air Quality Network.
LONDON ARTS AND HUMANITIES PARTNERSHIP
LAHP brings together three leading UK Research Organisations: Kings College London, the School of Advanced Study, University of London and University College London.
LONDON YOUTH, RELIGION AND POLITICS
London Youth, Religion and Politics focuses on young adults of immigrant parents in two inner-city London areas: the East End and Brixton, painting portraits of young men and women.
MRC ASTHMA UK CENTRE
The Centre was formed with the MRC, Asthma UK, Imperial College and King's, as well the NHS Trusts of the two universities, providing experience in researching asthma in the primary care community.
MRC CENTRE FOR TRANSPLANTATION
The Centre's main aim is to bring the benefits of excellent research to people by translating basic discovery into new therapeutic, diagnostic and prognostic applications.
MRC SOCIAL, GENETIC AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHIATRY CENTRE
The Centre undertakes research on the impact and interplay between genetic, environmental and developmental factors, and their roles in the causal processes underlying the origins and course of multifactorial mental disorders.
MRC-PHE CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH
The Centre brings together a number of leading research groups from London’s top universities, focused on the diverse fields of environment and health to promote and encourage interdisciplinary research.
SMARTHEART: NEXT-GENERATION CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTHCARE
This collaboration with Imperial, Oxford, QMUL and industry is funded as part of EPSRC’s healthcare technologies initiative to develop new technologies to improve the range of applications for MRI in cardiovascular disease diagnosis.
THE CULTURAL VALUE SCOPING PROJECT
Following the AHRC Cultural Value Project, this scoping project explores how research, evaluation, evidence-building and analysis into cultural value might best be supported in the future.
THE FRANCIS-CRICK INSTITUTE
As one of the three partner universities, King's is part of the leading biomedical research institute in Europe, helping to pioneer new approaches to interdisciplinary and collaborative biomedical research.
THOMAS YOUNG CENTRE
The Centre is an interdisciplinary alliance of London researchers addressing the challenges of society and industry through the theory and simulation of materials, or materials modelling.
TRAFFIC IN LONDON
The Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine is leading on this collaborative research project aiming to better understand the health problems caused by air pollution and noise from traffic in London.
Twins UK is the largest UK adult twin registry, featuring 12,000 sets of twins used to study the genetic and environmental aetiology of age-related complex traits and diseases.
The Urban Mind app gathers data on city living to understand how urban environments affect mental wellbeing. Developed by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience with external partners.
MUSIC IN LONDON 1800-1851
Funded by the European Research Council, this project aims to rewrite the history of music in the early nineteenth-century London, emphasising the city’s unique position in European musical culture.