Public Open Evening Tuesday 7 November 2023

What difference does research make in improving hospital care?

Doors open at 5.30pm, networking with speakers and researchers until 8.00pm.

Venue: Cambridge Cancer Research Institute, Li Ka Shing Centre CB2 0RE

It’s a fact – research-active hospitals have better patient outcomes.

Join us for an evening with researchers and discover how clinical research on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus is improving patient care.

Speakers include:

Dr James Macfarlane:

How can research improve diagnosis and treatments?-Improving diagnosis of endocrine tumours

Dr Tessa Cacciottolo:

How can research improve diagnosis and treatments?-New treatments for people with severe obesity

Dr Debi Vickers

Dr Deborah Vickers:

Using virtual reality games to engage children and teenagers with cochlear implants in their hearing rehabilitation.

Dr Richard Baird:

Personalising treatments for patients with cancer – with tumour DNA sequencing

Light refreshments (tea/coffee and nibbles) are available on arrival and during the exhibition / networking.

Please join us, simply register on Eventbrite to book your free ticket – booking is essential.

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