Research

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Research is core to King’s, what we do and how we educate. It is how we channel our creativity to further knowledge and understanding, challenge convention and make the world a better place.

Our research tackles global issues and adds value to the UK economy. It helps local and international communities lead healthier and happier lives; makes the planet safer, fairer, and cleaner by influencing policy and practice; and gives the brightest minds opportunities to create innovative solutions to the biggest challenges faced around the world today.

But to continue this important work we need your help. By donating to support research at King’s, you will allow our researchers, academics, and clinicians to access the equipment and funds they need to make lifesaving breakthroughs in areas such as blood diseases, cardiology and cancer.

In the last few years alone, our researchers have:

  • Produced more scientific papers on autism than any other institution in the world
  • Pioneered a more accurate way to test for autism, meaning more people with the condition will be able to get access to the care they need
  • Pioneered robotic surgery, improving the outcomes for prostate cancer patients
  • Designed a simple device for diagnosing pregnancy complications which could save 70,000 mothers every year
  • Opened the world’s first purpose-built centre for palliative and end-of-life care

Together we are transforming healthcare services around the world, reducing financial pressure and the time it takes to bring these innovations to benefit patients.

With your support can achieve incredible things. Thank you so much for your generosity.

Please note, all donations are gratefully received and will be used across research where they are needed most. If you would like to make a donation specifically towards research into COVID-19, please visit our dedicated COVID webpage.  

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