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
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
The NIHR BRC staff hosted a day of events on Thursday 18th May, to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD) at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH).
ICTD is part of a national campaign Read more
Results from the public research awareness survey conducted at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) have now been released.
The survey was conducted in April until mid May 2017, and was led by the UKCRF Network Read more
Krishna Chatterjee (Professor of Endocrinology), Deputy Scientific Director of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), Director of the NIHR/ Wellcome Trust Cambridge Clinical Research Facility (CRF) and Read more
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Identifying the function of every human gene is a key goal in medicine to understand health and what goes wrong in disease, but scientists still only know what a fraction of the estimated Read more
Dr James Rudd, Dr Elizabeth Warburton, Dr Anthony Davenport, and others have published two studies on the imaging of vascular inflammation.
The first study – CHAI – was funded by the British Heart Read more