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2012 press release archive

  • GOSH patient Tilly with Santa at the Christmas party Wishing everyone a very Merry ChristmasGreat Ormond Street Hospital would like to say a very Merry Christmas to all those who have supported the hospital and charity over the past year and to all our patients and their families. 21 December 2012
  • tinsel and baubles Missing Christmas presentsWe have been overwhelmed by generous offers from individuals and companies to replace the missing presents reported in the news. These items have now been replaced by a long term supporter. Thank you to everyone who has contacted us for their concern and kindness. 19 December 2012
  • Jade with Keegan and Anthony GOSH doctors honoured in Times top paediatriciansThe Times list of Britain's Top Children's Doctors features many of Great Ormond Street Hospital's experts. Some of our best known staff were credited for their skills and contribution in their field of expertise, alongside their counterparts based at other national paediatric centres. 17 December 2012
  • Kitchen sink cupboard Don't let accidents poison ChristmasThe Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) is calling on parents, grandparents, friends and family to ensure medicines and cleaning products are out of sight and reach of young children and to alert families to the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning this Christmas time. 13 December 2012
  • Ali Mohammed Ali Mohammed appointed as Interim HR DirectorGreat Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Ali Mohammed as Interim HR Director of the Trust. This is a new executive position reporting to the Chief Executive. 30 November 2012
  • Raphael and his Dad post op Me, My Dad and His Kidney wins BAFTAA documentary that followed nine-year-old Raphael Havard as he prepared for, and underwent, a kidney transplant at Great Ormond Street Hospital has won a BAFTA. 27 November 2012
  • Francesco Muntoni in lab EU awards grant to develop new drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophyA team of scientists led by Professor Francesco Muntoni of the UCL Institute of Child Health has won an EU grant to develop and test a novel drug treatment for boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. 26 November 2012
  • Prof Lucy Wedderburn New research centre for teenagers with arthritisThe world's first research centre dedicated to understanding how and why arthritis affects teenagers has opened in the UK. Researchers at the centre, which is a collaboration between UCL, University College Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital, aim to understand why rheumatic diseases can be more severe in teenagers and why specific types of arthritis are more likely to occur in this age group. 26 November 2012
  • Petri dishes £10 million boost for Centre for Children's Rare Disease ResearchA centre to find effective treatments for children's rare diseases has received a £10 million funding boost. The Centre for Children's Rare Disease Research will bring together expertise from Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London, in particular the UCL Institute for Child Health, to advance understanding and find treatments for children's rare diseases. 23 November 2012
  • Will Bayley cuts the ribbon in the children's hospital school garden Paralympic table tennis player Will Bayley opens the Children's Hospital School's redeveloped gardenParalympic table tennis player, Will Bayley, returned to school to open the Children's Hospital School's redeveloped outdoor space at Great Ormond Street Hospital. 21 November 2012
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