NIHR Maudsley BRC Blog

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Psilocybin, in 10mg or 25mg doses, has no detrimental effects in healthy people

New research from King’s College London, in partnership with COMPASS Pathways and supported by NIHR Maudsley BRC, has established that psilocybin can be safely administered at doses of either 10mg or 25mg to up to six participants at the same time.

By NIHR Maudsley BRC at 4 Jan 2022

UK Disability History Month - an interview with Naomi

UK Disability History Month was the 18 November - 18 December. To mark this, Chifundo and Eleanor from the King's Clinical Research Facility interviewed Adult Nursing student Naomi, who has just finished her placement at the Facility and is just the second deaf nursing student to have trained at King's College London. 

 

By Eleanor Sherwood at 17 Dec 2021

Rett Syndrome Awareness Month

During Rett Syndrome Awareness Month (1 October - 31 October), we spoke to two parents who have children with Rett syndrome to find out about their experience and how research may be able to improve their lives.

By King's NIHR Wellcome Clinical Research Facility at 4 Nov 2021

COVID-19 variant vaccine begins recruiting in south London

Volunteers in south London are being asked to take part in a study using an Oxford/AstraZeneca variant vaccine, aimed at preventing the Beta COVID-19 variant.

By NIHR King's Clinical Research Facility at 7 Jul 2021

Global ALS/MND recognition Day

Today, Monday 21st of June, marks the Global Day of Recognition for AMD/MND. To mark this, we discuss MND research happening at the King's CRF with Lead Research Nurse Theresa and a participant on one of the trials.

By NIHR King's Clinical Research Facility at 17 Jun 2021