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For almost 200 years King’s College London has been at the cutting edge of research-enhanced teaching. The way the university trains and undertakes research has a global impact on health and wellbeing. It is a powerhouse of discovery, maximising opportunities for far-reaching impact and giving the brightest minds opportunities to create innovative ideas.
Working in the heart of London, the UK epicentre of the COVID-19 epidemic, King’s and its health partners play an important role in providing crucial, frontline support to the national and global response to the outbreak of COVID-19.
From providing expert research into prevention and treatment, to developing readily available ventilators, and supporting the mental health of our NHS colleagues and students, we are directing our world-leading areas of expertise towards combatting the impact of the virus.
King’s was built on an ambition to serve society and that commitment is stronger than ever at this time of global challenge. Your support ensures that our academics, researchers and clinicians can continue to play a key role as we work together to overcome this pandemic.
King’s COVID-19 Response Fund is supporting four key areas of work.