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The Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre (CISC) at BSMS celebrated its 15th anniversary with an open day on Thursday 8 December.
A new molecular treatment for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) has shown promising results in clinical trials.
Researchers at BSMS and Dalhousie University have launched a new open-access, interactive database of healthcare's environmental impacts.
A link has been found between joint hypermobility and the emergence of depression and anxiety in adolescence, according to a new study by BSMS.
We asked our current BSMS medical students what top tips they have for preparing for medical school interviews
The BSMS Capsule learning resource has been awarded an E-Learning Excellence Award for its work supporting medical students during the pandemic.
The majority of people living with Long Covid experience some form of stigma directly related to their condition, according to a new study involving BSMS.
On 8 November, researchers from BSMS ran a general public film screening and Q&A at the Towner Art Gallery Cinema in Eastbourne, called The Social Itch.
My Dead Body, a pioneering documentary partly filmed at BSMS, is due to be broadcast in early December on Channel 4.
A study involving teenagers from Brighton has found giving a meningitis vaccine to 14 to 19-year-olds helps protect people of all ages.
To mark Black History Month in October 2022, Dr Khalid Ali, Senior Lecturer in Geriatrics at BSMS, discusses his career to date.
The Health Research Partnership (HRP) was officially launched at a meeting on Friday 30 September.
A new sexual health and HIV digital vending machine has been launched at the University of Sussex Student Union Reception Building.
BSMS hosts an exciting day of diverse research presentations and talks from early career researchers.
A new lightweight MRI scanner arrived at the Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre (CISC) on Friday 19 August 2022.
Simulated experience of caring for a dying patient can improve the confidence and preparedness of medical students according to a new study by BSMS.
Dementia can be avoided or delayed, even among those more pre-disposed to the condition, claims a new study based on researching people in the UK over 60.
Three former BrightMed students, Oli, Rabiah, and Enya, who all now study at BSMS, answer questions about their experiences on the programme.
Prof Bobbie Farsides and Dr Rich Gorman have been working with families affected by rare genetic conditions to explore ways of sharing important stories.
A letter from the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) to all its members and doctors has drawn on research from Prof Jackie Cassell.
Our Admissions and Outreach Team has put together a quick guide to each section of the UCAT
A group of researchers aim to set up a donated 'text bank' made up of clinic notes and letters where patients have consented for their use in research.
Ukrainian medical schools and medical students are being given complementary access to the case-based online medical learning resource, Capsule.
Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) has been ranked first for research in the 2022 Planetary Health Report Card (PHRC) and third in the UK overall.
Night-to-night variations in sleep predict day-to-day variations in symptoms of dementia, according to a new study
Ollie Pentz provides an insight into extra-curricular activities, including MedSoc sports and societies, and how to balance these with academic study.
Droughts caused by climate change can have an impact on HIV treatment, according to a new study led by researchers at BSMS
Professor Claire Smith, Head of Anatomy at BSMS, has been awarded the Principal Fellow (PFHEA) status.
An international research team is seeking review of current medical service provision and basic training in autism for all healthcare professionals.
BSMS student Stef Tsatsari receives a prestigious award for intercalating medical students doing research projects on topics related to anaesthesia.
Neurodivergent people are more than twice as likely to have hypermobile joints and are far more likely to experience pain, new research finds.
To mark LBGTQ+ History Month we have shared a range of resources and information to promote equality and diversity.
Professor Gail Davey OBE discusses why the Kigali Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases is a major milestone in global health.
The Global Health Research Unit at BSMS has been given a boost by an award of £7 million funding over five years by the NIHR.
Professor Jag Dhanda, Honorary Professor of Surgery at BSMS, has won a £1m grant to develop VR and AR surgical training resources.
Research finds that improving working conditions and reducing staff turnover can increase care quality and outcomes for care home residents.
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