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20 November 2020

The MICAH Cohort Study is now registered with the NIHR Associate PI Scheme. 

 
19 November 2020

ISAIAH has completed recruitment - a big congratulations to our ISAIAH teams and ISAIAH patients!

 
22 October 2020

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde were opened to recruitment today on the MICAH study.

7 October 2020

Article published by Professor Mark Thursz, Dr Stephen Atkinson, Dr Nikhil Vergis and colleagues in The American Journal of Hepatology: Severe Alcoholic Hepatitis, Serum Keratin-18 Fragments Are Diagnostic, Prognostic, and Theragnostic Biomarkers: doi: 10.14309/ajg.0000000000000912 

30 September 2020

Dr Ashwin Dhanda and team at Plymouth recruited their first patient to the MICAH study.

29 September 2020

 

Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust opened to recruitment for the MICAH study.

10 September 2020

Plymouth opened to recruitment for the MICAH study.

28 August 2020

We have successfully recruited 50 patients to the ISAIAH study, with thanks to Dr Dhanda and team at Plymouth and Dr Masson and team at Newcastle.

 
24 August 2020

The MICAH study has officially begun recruiting! Congratulations and a very well done to the team at St Mary’s who recruited our first and second patients today, less than 24 hours since being opened to recruitment.

A big congratulations also to Torbay Hospital who were officially the first site to be opened to recruitment back in March this year Unfortunately they have been unable to recruit due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However they are now planning to start recruitment very soon.

 
20 August 2020

Thank you to Dr Patel and team at King's College London for randomising another patient to the ISAIAH study today ISAIAH has now 47 patients out of 52.

 
6 August 2020

An amazing week for ISAIAH; Dr Patch Team at the Royal Free Hospital has randomised another patient yesterday, Dr Wright and team at Southampton has reopened for recruitment and Dr Singanayagam and team at St Georges are getting ready for their first randomised patient.