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Healthier commuting

A huge Europe-wide survey has already found that car drivers are on average four kilograms heavier than cyclists, so what do they hope to uncover as they recruit more volunteers in london?

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Research Ethics and Governance in the New Setting of HRA Approval

Sylvia Westrup, Department of Primary Care & Public Health, Imperial College london. Part of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health Seminar Programme. 22 June 2016.

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Big data in Asthma - The first steps towards precision medicine

Ian Adcock, Professor of Professor of Respiratory Cell & Molecular Biology at Imperial College london, discusses how big data can be used to personalise the diagnosis and treatment of severe asthma at the first of the Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) seminars.

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What is the Evidence for the 'Weekend Effect'?

Professor Paul Aylin, Dr Foster Unit, PCPH, Imperial College london. Part of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health Seminar Programme. 1 June 2016.

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