ReMEDy is an alumni newsletter raising awareness of the activities and achievements within the School of Medicine.

ReMEDy edition 26

ReMEDy edition 26

2 October 2017

Take a look inside and see what we've been doing.



Explore some of the features of the latest edition:

MEDIC students at this years National Eisteddfod.

MEDIC at the Maes 2017

With over 147,000 visitors every year, 6,000 competitors and over 250 stalls, the National Eisteddfod is the culmination of 2 years’ worth of community action, fundraising and organisation by people in a different part of Wales.

Mihil Patel

Embracing engagement

A look at Mihil Patel, a PhD student who describes his reasons for getting involved in engagement activity.


In the Spotlight: The Brain Repair and Intracranial Neurotherapeutics (BRAIN) Unit

A research group based at Cardiff University, funded by Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales and works to develop new therapies for brain diseases.

Transcultural Medicine Student Selected Component

Transcultural Medicine Student Selected Component (SSC)

Exploring barriers to cervical screening amongst ethnic minority women.

10 ways Medic is making an impact

10 ways Medic is making an impact

Efforts by many staff and students highlight a rich variety of ways in which the School is engaging and benefiting society. Here are just ten recent examples.

Quentin Sandifer

In conversation with our alumni: Quentin Sandifer

Quentin is Executive Director of Public Health Services and Medical Director for the Public Health Wales NHS Trust.

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