News/Events

vaccination
Positive phase 3 results reported in trial for new Covid-19 vaccine

A clinical trial supported by the NIHR Cambridge BRC for a new vaccine against COVID-19 has received positive Phase 3 results.Read more

Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald
Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald awarded The Don Listwin award

Congratulations to Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald, who has received the Don Listwin Award for Outstanding Contribution to Cancer Early Detection.Read more

alt=""
Could a cancer drug be key to helping patients recover from a heart attack?

A trial is underway in Cambridge to investigate whether a cancer drug could improve the recovery of heart attack patients, by targeting the immune system.Read more

Woman having consultation with medic
Supporting National Inclusion Week

National Inclusion Week campaign aims to celebrate everyday inclusion in all its forms. Read more

alt=""
How is research helping with life-saving liver transplants?

Professor Ludovic Vallier, theme lead for transplantation and regenerative medicine explains about the latest research that is happening in Cambridge. Read more

Cytosponge
Journey of the Cytosponge

How does an idea for a new diagnostic test become a reality? Follow the journey of the cytosponge or ’pill on a string’, a revolutionary new test to detect Barrett’s oesophagus.Read more

World first for AI and machine learning to treat Covid patients worldwide

Researchers across the world have used artificial intelligence to predict Covid patients’ oxygen needs on a global scale.Read more

Cambridge researchers win Croonian Medal and Lecture 2022

Congratulations to our Metabolism, Endocrinology and Bone theme lead, Professor Sir Stephen O’Rahilly and to Sadaf Farooqi, Professor of Metabolism and Medicine, who have been awarded the Croonian Medal and Lecture 2022 from Read more

alt=""
Link between amino acid and a range of common diseases could help predict personal risk

Researchers have identified associations between mitochondrial DNA variants and an amino acid, and effects on the risk of developing a range of common, late-onset illnesses.Read more

Eye
Researchers eye up new gene therapy trial that could reverse hereditary blindness

Restoration of sight from a rare genetic mutation may now become a reality thanks to a prestigious award from the NIHR and Moorfields Eye Charity.Read more

alt=""
New gene variants identified that cause hypertension in pregnant women

Researchers have found a unique pair of gene variants that cause sudden onset high blood pressure in pregnant women.Read more

Artificial pancreas device
Artificial pancreas trialled for outpatients with type 2 diabetes for first time

An artificial pancreas could soon help people living with type 2 diabetes and who also require kidney dialysis.Read more

Discover more about the NIHR Cambridge BRC

Contact us by phone, email or web for more information.

Events Calendar

Listing relevant events and training sessions for researchers and members of the public.