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Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
We have strong associations with four of the University's Research Institutes.
We are associated with several cross-disciplinary research centres.
|Arthritis Research UK Biomechanics and Bioengineering Centre||The centre utilises close involvement between biomedical scientists, engineers, orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists and physiotherapists to translate research to patient benefit in the clinic.|
|Cardiff Cancer Research UK Centre||Our researchers are turning pioneering discoveries into new therapies, helping to beat cancer sooner.|
|Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER)||CITER is an established interdisciplinary network, linking around 150 academic staff from across the University. It is internationally recognised for its expertise in basic, translational and clinical research in the field of tissue repair, regeneration and rehabilitation.|
|Common Cold Centre||The Common Cold Centre was known world-wide as a centre of excellence for clinical trials on new treatments for common cold and flu. The Centre closed its doors in March 2017 after almost 30 years of cutting-edge research.|
|Danau Girang Field Centre||The Danau Girang Field Centre is a collaborative research and training facility managed by Sabah Wildlife Department and Cardiff University.|
|Cardiff University Otter Project (CUOP)||The project is a national scheme collecting otters found dead in England, Scotland and Wales for post mortem examination with the aim of using tissues collected to monitor aquatic contamination.|
|Structural Biology||This group brings together people in different Academic Schools with an interest in structural biology.|
|Wales Gene Park||Wales Gene Park is a key organisation supporting genetics researchers in Wales and elsewhere through access to their state-of-the-art genomics and transgenics facilities.|
|Welsh Centre for Anatomical Education||The Centre is based in the School and provides resources, anatomical education and training in Wales.|