Visual Snow Initiative Annual Report (2024): VSS Research at King’s College London

Visual Snow Initiative Annual Report (2024): VSS Research at King's College London

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(The full report is accessible via the PDF below.)

From King’s College London:

We are delighted to present you with this update on Visual Snow Syndrome and Dr Puledda.

Research is core to King’s, what we do, what we care about and how we educate. Our enquiry-driven research delivers transformative insights with the power to advance and accelerate global progress. Our academics work across disciplines and collaborate with partners so that our research changes practice and influences understanding at home and abroad. Here at King’s, our researchers take world-leading ideas and turn them into life-changing impact.

Thanks to your support, Dr Francesca Puledda and her colleagues at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s are making significant strides in understanding Visual Snow Syndrome and its basis. In supporting this work, you are not only enabling a world-leading researcher in the area to reach significant research miletsones, but also impacting all those who currently live with Visual Snow Syndrome.

In this report we have included Dr Puledda’s most recent success – a startling breakthrough into understanding the biological basis for Visual Snow Syndrome. You will find the full published paper announcing this discovery at the end of the report.

Your kind support and the partnership that we have established is prized both by Dr Puledda and the wider King’s community. Thank you.

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