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
The NIHR Brain Injury Healthcare Technology Co-operative (HTC) will hold its third focused Brain Injury Technology Think (BITT) tank on ‘Paediatric Neurorehabilitation’ on Tuesday 17th October 2017 at Regent’s University London (Herringham Hall, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, 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
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
The Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre, in collaboration with the NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England, are running on-site drop-in sessions on Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) on Friday 30th June, Read more
Join us for the Ely Cathedral Science Festival on Monday 22 May and Tuesday 30 May 2017 from 19:00 in the Cathedral’s Nave, for an evening of family fun.
Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre are joining Read more
We will be celebrating International Clinical Trials Day on Thursday 18 May 2017, from 11:00 to 15:00 at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) in the Outpatient’s Reception area.
Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre are joining forces with Cambridge Read more
The Swedish model for CVD prevention: Public Health cultivation combined with individual health dialogues in Primary Care
In Sweden, mortality from cardiovascular diseases (CVD) increased steadily during the 20th century and in the mid-1980s. The county of Västerbotten had the highest mortality. Therefore, a community intervention programme was launched – Read more
Any claim about an individual’s risk of harm is always made relative to some reference class (or body-of-information): there is no such thing as an individual’s “actual” risk of lung cancer, but, rather, Read more