Research News

Hand-stabilising glove wins €1.8M European funding

10 Aug 2018

An Imperial startup has received €1.8M from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme to develop a device that helps stabilise the hands of people with tremors.

by Deborah Evanson

Imperial College London

Imperial Health Charity launch

27 Jun 2018

The National Tremor Foundation were delighted to be invited to the Imperial Health Charity launch of a £1.5 million fundraising campaign to help develop a new treatment for patients with essential tremor.

Volunteers required

25 Jun 2018

The idea that essential tremor might be associated with long life was proposed way back in 1922 by Minor but it has never been resolved completely,

Are you thinking of going to the Annual Meeting on Saturday 16th June? See the programme and help with a small project

23 May 2018

Familial essential tremor study on lifespan and smell sense ethical approval given by Queen Mary University London we now need volunteers for the Annual Conference, June 16th at The Holiday Inn, Brook Street, Brentwood, Essex.

AI improves touchscreen interfaces for users with impairments

29 Mar 2018

People with tremor, dyslexia, Alzheimer's, or poor eyesight can improve efficiency of smartphone use without expensive devices.

Science Daily

A review of the current therapies, challenges, and future directions of transcranial focused ultrasound technology

16 Jan 2018

Magnetic resonance imaging–guided focused ultrasound ablation has been approved for the treatment of refractory essential tremor and is being studied for other neurological indications.

JAMA Neurol

Take part in tremor research

20 Oct 2017

Plymouth University are looking to recruit participants for an exciting new dissertation research project!

Trial of MRguided Focus Ultrasound for essential tremor at Imperial College

9 Sep 2017

Imperial College have successfully treated 10 patients with essential tremor and completed the annual follow up assessment on one patient.

A novel approach to a possible remedy

10 Jul 2017

Take part in a phone app study to reduce tremor.

Boston Scientific receives CE Mark for Vercise Gevia deep brain stimulation system to treat Parkinson's disease

14 Jun 2017

Boston Scientific has received CE mark for the Vercise Gevia Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) System.

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