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Rare diseases day at Royal Brompton Hospital
Date: Tuesday 28 February
Time: 11.30am to 2pm
Royal Brompton Hospital,
On Tuesday 28 February, Royal Brompton Hospital, along with NIHR Rare Diseases Translational Research Collaboration, will be hosting their annual rare disease day - helping to raise awareness of rare diseases and the millions of families who are affected by them.
There will be stands showcasing our hospital research into rare diseases, as well as the work we are doing as part of The 100,000 Genomes Project. This project, involving genetic sequencing of patients and family members with rare diseases such as primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) and dilated cardiomyopathy, aims to help improve future diagnosis and treatments.
Fun activities to help explain how gene changes might affect health include:
- what’s in a pancake?
- making DNA bracelets
- strawberry DNA extraction.
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Imperial Academic Health Science Centre seminar series: Reducing the burden of lung cancer
Date: Wednesday 1 March 2017
Julian Bloom Lecture Theatre
Royal Marsden Hospital
London SW3 6JJ
Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, with around 36,500 new cases diagnosed every year.
In this seminar, two experts will talk about how we can work towards reducing the burden of lung cancer through research and improved treatment methods.
See the course flyer
The nightmare of chronic cough; what's new and what can you do?
Date: Thursday 9 March 2017
Respiratory Clinical Research Facility
Royal Brompton Hospital
On Thursday 9 March 2017, Dr James Hull, consultant respiratory physician, and Dr Julia Selby, clinical speech and language therapist, will be discussing the latest research into chronic cough at Royal Brompton Hospital.
To find out more and to reserve a place (places are limited) please call 020 7352 8121 ext 4960 or email
To find out more about research events, take a look at some of our past events.