Monday 16 October 2017 from 5.30pm -8pm
NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre Open Evening
You are invited to the Cambridge Cancer Research Institute, Li Ka Shing Centre to find out about the health research that is happening at Cambridge University Read more
Carrying extra pounds could raise your risk of heart attack by more than a quarter, even if you are otherwise healthy.
Researchers have found that being overweight or obese increases a person’s risk Read more
Researchers from the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre are investigating whether performing biopsies of older kidneys can help transplant patients and reduce waiting lists.
Kidney Research UK reports that in the UK there Read more
A new research group to help improve the care of patients with traumatic brain injury in low and middle-income countries has been announced at the University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Over 3,400 Read more
A ‘brain training’ game developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge could help improve the memory of patients in the very earliest stages of dementia, suggests a study published Read more
Negative media coverage of the side effects associated with taking statins, and patients’ own experiences of taking the drugs, are among the reasons cited by stroke survivors and their carers Read more
The Office for Translational Research is pleased to open the call for Expressions of Interest (EoI) for PhD and ACL proposals for collaborative research projects for the EMI-AZ/MedI Scheme.
The Experimental Medicine Training Initiative (EMI), recently Read more
Research to find ways to improve frail older patients’ strength after a period in hospital will be carried out at the University of Cambridge by Addenbrooke’s Hospital physiotherapist, Peter Hartley, pictured.
After a Read more
Researchers in Cambridge have secured funding of nearly £800,000 from the NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) programme to take a novel test for prostate cancer from a Read more
Registrations now open and applications welcomed for assessed courses in Human Genomics & Genomic Counselling from the Cambridge Genomic Medicine Programme to prepare Nurses and Midwives for the increased role of genetics in healthcare.
• Funding available for NHS Read more