African gay and bisexual men with HIV in London study published
CSSHH publish results of the first UK study into experiences of African gay and bisexual men with HIV living in London
Maternity access for refugees
Access to maternity services is an important public health issue.
Prof Kate Costeloe from the neonatal unit, with colleagues in other academic centres, is one of five principal investigators on a recently awarded MRC programme grant for just over £3 million, for studies about extremely preterm birth the EPICure studies.
New HIV research centre
A brand new research centre has started at Homerton, looking at sexual health and HIV.
Hayfever can be hugely debilitating for those who have it, symptoms range from sore, running eyes, to blocked noses and excessive sneezing.
HIV in African men study published
Homertons director of the Centre for the Study of Sexual Health and HIV Dr Jane Anderson was one of three researchers who recently published the results of the first ever study into the experience of African men living in London with HIV.
Colorectal nursing research unit
A groundbreaking new research unit for advanced colorectal nursing practice has been established at Homerton, which has the potential to increase its international reputation for its work.
HIV patients discuss their experiences
Homertons centre for the study of sexual health and HIV has linked up with City University to develop a new national website about HIV.