Published by NIHR 26 March 2020:
Working with partners across the health and care system, NIHR is leading, enabling and delivering world-class COVID-19 research, a key element of the Government’s overall response to Read more
UPDATE 7 APRIL 2020:
Approval process for COVID-19 related research
Locally, trials and studies need first to be reviewed by the Cambridge BRC/Covid-19 oversight committee before being submitted through the national NIHR prioritisation Read more
Medical device company Medovate has secured the exclusive rights to bring to market a pioneering endoscopic surgical device.
The new device, ENDOVAC, has the potential to dramatically improve survival of patients with life-threatening Read more
Pioneering diabetes researcher Professor Roman Hovorka today launches the world’s first licensed, downloadable artificial pancreas app for people with type 1 diabetes.Read more
How do you think health data should be shared and used – and who should share it?
Now’s your chance to tell Cambridge researchers what you think about accessing, sharing and using YOUR Read more
A fundamental change in our understanding of the childhood kidney cancer Wilms’ tumour is on the horizon, after the discovery of its earliest genetic root by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and Read more
Is DNA your destiny?
Not necessarily, according to Cambridge postdoctoral researcher Dr Kousik Kundu – whose poster was voted the public’s favourite at the NIHR Cambridge BRC Open Evening which took place last Read more
It is already a world-leader in clinical care and research – and now there are plans for the Cambridge Biomedical campus to literally build on this reputation, as more than 150 people found Read more