PCU stroke research to address key issues for survivors

Every year there are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK. As stroke survival improves and incidence falls, the longer term care of people with stroke is going to play an increasingly important part of population based stroke care. Surveys demonstrate that the longer term needs of people with stroke and their carers are not being […]

Cambridge re-joins the NIHR School for Primary Care Research

The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) has announced the new membership for its School for Primary Care Research (SPCR) with funding of over £30 million over the next five years, to support the next phase of the NIHR SPCR research and capacity programme. From September 2015, NIHR SPCR membership will include the Universities of […]

Catalysing delivery of novel and targeted therapeutics from human genetics

Dr Nadeem Sarwar, Vice President and Global Head – Genetics & Human Biology; Director – Integrated Human Genomics (IHGx) Unit, Eisai Inc. Time: Monday 15th September, 4pm Venue: Thomas Strangeways room, Strangeway’s research laboratory (Addenbrooke’s campus) Nadeem’s research focuses on applying several integrated sciences to deliver novel and targeted medicines from human genetics to patients. […]

Dementia: what’s needed now?

A remarkable new project that looks at brain donor’s involvement in brain research and the search for cures for dementia will be presented at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival on Friday 21 March. Mind over matter showcases 12 of Britain’s oldest brain donors who agreed to be photographed and interviewed. Presented by artist Ania Dabrowska and […]

Fat, Fitness and Food, The latest research brought to light

What effects if any do our diets have on health? How can we find health patterns in the population? What’s the truth about fat? What keeps people fit and healthy as they get older? These questions and more will be explored at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival. On Sunday 23 March, the event, From EPIC Patterns […]