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

ReMEDy edition 29

ReMEDy edition 29

4 September 2018

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



Explore some of the features of the latest edition:


The Global Rise of Superbugs - why we need to engage

Cardiff University held a 'Superbugs – The End of Modern Medicine as we know it?' public engagement evening event in the Welsh capital’s science centre Techniquest.

Sam Cox Sully Primary visit

MEDIC Ambassadors: Teaching and inspiring Welsh pupils

The School of Medicine Engagement team is building its network with schools and colleges across Wales to build a catalogue of engagement opportunities for MEDIC Ambassadors.


In the Spotlight: PRIME Centre Wales

PRIME Centre Wales was funded in 2015 by Health and Care Research Wales and has recently been awarded renewed funding for 2018/20.

All the Fun of the Fair at Cardiff MRC Festival

MRC Centres across the UK and in parts of Africa celebrated the third MRC Festival of Medical Research from 14-24 June 2018.

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 we are engaging with and benefiting society. Here are just ten recent examples.

Professor David Owens

In conversation with our alumni: Professor David Owens CBE MD FRCP

David qualified as a doctor at the Wales National School of Medicine in 1966 with distinction in Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

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