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Taams Lab

Studying fundamental cellular and molecular mechanisms that initiate, perpetuate and regulate immune-mediated inflammation in human health and disease

The Addictions Service User Research Group (SURG)

The central aim of the SURG is to build meaningful and reciprocal relationships between addiction researchers and service users when thinking through research problems, designing studies, preparing grant applications and ultimately conducting and disseminating research.

Auckland Group

The Auckland Group studies the fundamental mechanics of mitotic cell division, with a particular focus on centromere function and the contribution of mitosis to developmental patterning.

Cancer Prevention Trials Unit

The Cancer Research UK & King’s College London Cancer Prevention Trials Unit (CPTU), funded by CRUK, specialises in research to advance cancer prevention, early diagnosis and screening

The London Down Syndrome Consortium

We are investigating the link between Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease from the different perspectives of our fields. People with Down syndrome are predisposed to developing Alzheimer's disease and we are working together towards finding out why.

The Sackler Institute

The Sackler institute carries out multidisciplinary ‘translational’ studies of normal development, and how abnormalities in that process lead to high cost neurodevelopmental disorders. Our studies link the ‘basic’ sciences (e.g. in cellular mechanisms and circuits studied using stem cell and animal models) to clinical sciences.

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