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  • Science Museum 'Cravings' - 3 An appetite for GOSH at London's Science MuseumDid you know you have two brains, one in your head and one deep in your gut? This discovery and more was made by nurses from GOSH's Flamingo Ward when they had a sneak preview of the new exhibition, Cravings, at the Science Museum in London. 13 February 2015
  • New chief nurse and medical director New chief nurse and medical director bring huge breadth of experience to GOSHTwo experienced and accomplished clinical leaders will join the executive team at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH). 12 February 2015
  • The Duchess of Cornwall with GOSH patient Malaika The Duchess of Cornwall meets GOSH patient during visit to ground breaking research centreHer Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall visited The Arthritis Research UK Centre for Adolescent Rheumatology, the world's first centre dedicated to understanding how and why arthritis affects teenagers. 12 February 2015
  • GOSH patient Harry Morgan Stanley and Great Ormond Street Hospital team up for charity partnershipMorgan Stanley today announced a new two-year charity partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, voted for by employees following a week-long poll which included three other charities. 10 February 2015
  • Astrovirus New virus found to cause dangerous brain infectionA newly recognised virus, which shows similarities to viruses found in bats, mink, and sheep, may be the cause of a severe brain infection in children whose immune systems are low, discovers a team at Great Ormond Street Hospital. 07 January 2015
  • Research and innovation - Lab services GOSH named as key centre in 100,000 Genome ProjectGreat Ormond Street Hospital is set to play a lead role in a project which will help researchers and clinicians better understand, and ultimately treat, rare and inherited diseases and common cancers. 19 December 2014
  • Helen Cross Photo Dec 13 - Neurology Cannabis-based medicine to be tested as child epilepsy therapyChildren with severe epilepsy could be helped by a new treatment derived from the cannabis plant. Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital and other UK centres have been given the go-ahead to test the medicine, which does not contain the ingredient that produces the high associated with recreational cannabis use. 15 December 2014
  • Temporal lobe Epilepsy surgery in childhood can protect memoryA type of brain surgery conducted in childhood for medication-resistant epilepsy not only reduces chronic seizures but can protect memory development, a study by a team from Great Ormond Street Hospital and its research partner the UCL Institute of Child Health has found. 12 November 2014
  • Brain scan Genetic discovery could lead to neurodegeneration treatmentsA genetic discovery by a team from the UCL Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital could lead to new therapies to tackle neurological degeneration and resulting loss of motor skills seen in a diverse group of central nervous system disorders. 06 November 2014
  • Child with DNA New genetic clues to autismGenetic data collected by teams at Great Ormond Street Hospital and its research partner, the UCL Institute of Child Health, has helped to identify new gene mutations that may cause autism. 28 October 2014
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