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Imperial College London (ICL)

Public research university with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research

Imperial College London is a world top ten university with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research.

Consistently rated amongst the world's best universities, Imperial is committed to developing  the next generation of researchers, scientists and academics through collaboration across disciplines.

Located in the heart of London,  Imperial is a multidisciplinary space for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle global challenges.

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People at Imperial College London (ICL)

Eszter Vamos

Faculty of Medicine, Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London

Gary Fuller

Air pollution scientist at Imperial College London

Sadaf Ghaem-Maghami

Professor of Gynaecological Oncology at Imperial college London

Jesus Gil

Professor of Cell Proliferation at the Imperial College London.

Jesús Gil

Scientist at MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences that works on senolytics and cancer therapy

Dominic King

Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Imperial College London

Irene Miguel-Aliaga

Professor in Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Clinical Sciences at the Imperial College London

Alan Boobis

Emeritus Professor of Toxicology at the Imperial College London

Greta Zubaite

Faculty of Natural Sciences, Imperial College London

Wladyslaw Gedroyc

Professor at Imperial College London and Consultant radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Michael Schneider

Professor, Faculty of Medicine, National Heart & Lung Institute at Imperial college, London

Eléonore Resongles

Researcher in the Institute of Research for Development at University of Montpellier

Dominik Weiss

Professor of Environmental Geochemistry at Imperial College London

Filipe Cabreiro

Principal Investigator at Imperial College London.

Jamie Lewis (James Lewis)

Research Fellow at Imperial College London

Balazs Szigeti

Research associate at Imperial College London

David Eldred-Evans

Research Fellow and Urologist at Imperial College London

Alan Johnson

Professor at Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London.

Brian Spratt

Retired Professor at Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London.

Adam Celiz

Lecturer in Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London.

Imperial College London (ICL) News

AI model shows promise in speeding up cancer detection and diagnosis

The Guardian - 30-Apr-2023

Potential to fast-track patients to treatment and streamline CT scan analysis


Ultra-processed foods effect overall health, may increase risk for cancer

Independent - 01-Feb-2023

Studies also link UPFs with heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes besides cancer


iKnife can diagnose endometrial cancer within seconds, paves way for new diagnostic pathways

The Guardian - 03-Jan-2023

Getting diagnosis within seconds could enable women confirmed to have cancer start treatment sooner


Clinical trial of subduing effect of salt substitutes on blood pressure

The Guardian - 09-Aug-2022

Salt substitute potassium chloride keeps cardiovascular ailments in check


Synthetic cells designed to imitate biological cells' intrinsic properties

Nano Magazine - 14-Jun-2022

Structural rearrangements in cells could be beneficial in treating diseases


Longevity gap differs greatly between the rich and poor areas of England

BBC - 13-Oct-2021

Report finds alarming fall in life expectancy even before COVID pandemic - calls for better policies


Toxic lead levels still exists in the London air, even after 20 years of fuel ban

Guardian - 21-Jun-2021

Land contamination can be tackled by placing clean soil on top, but is that enough?


Cancer drugs can be caged until delivered to the target site

Nano Magazine - 08-Apr-2021

Interesting drug delivery approach with rotaxanes to improve drug efficiency & reduce side effects


Microdosing high can be experienced even without a real drug

New Scientist - 03-Mar-2021

Placebos and microdoses of psychedelic drugs showed similar signs, but need objective evidence


A 15-minute prostate cancer scan could replace invasive tests

Guardian - 11-Feb-2021

Prostagram allows easy access and a precise diagnosis of aggressive prostate cancers


Psilocybin in magic mushrooms to treat major depressive disorder

Guardian - 08-Jun-2020

But psychedelics are definitely dangerous in larger, unregulated doses


High-sugar diet and shortened lifespan in fruit flies

Medical Research Council London Institute of Medical Sciences - 20-Mar-2020

A new perspective on pro-longevity studies highlights purine metabolism


Stimulating the production of stem cells done by scientists

IFL Science - 24-Feb-2020

Stimulation the production of stem cells is in direct comparison with the healing speed


Quarter of London parks have a dangerous level of polluted air

Evening Standard - 10-Oct-2019

Areas supposed to be a "green lungs" of the city are being polluted mainly because of the traffic


BBC debunks YouTube videos promoting simple cancer treatments

BBC - 13-Sep-2019

Donkey's milk has no proven cancer effect - don't make an ass of yourself


Potentially revolutionary heart attack treatment option

BBC - 04-Jun-2019

"Pumping" patch could help repair the damage caused by a heart attack


Tumour-targeting viruses for brain cancer treatment

Imperial College London - 01-Apr-2019

The virus is able to kill cancer cells, tumour feeding new blood vessel cells and cancer stem cells


AI makes ovarian cancer prognosis and treatment recommendation

Pharmaceutical Business Review - 18-Feb-2019

More accurate than current methods - we'll hear this a lot with AI in healthcare


Flu resistant chickens in battle against next human pandemic

Independent - 23-Jan-2019

Hopefully in future we can make ourselves impervious to flu


Deaths from drug resistance fungal infections rising

Independent - 17-May-2018

Fungi infections are dangerous and due to the lack of drugs they may become the next crisis


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