School of Medicine

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Regeneration of deprived neighbourhoods can improve residents’ mental health

26 May 2017

Community-led regeneration in deprived neighbourhoods can improve the mental health of residents, concludes research by Cardiff University

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Healing Brexit generational divide

22 May 2017

Referendum fallout is among Cardiff University events at 30th Hay Festival

Huw Owen Medal

Cardiff academics celebrated with awards

19 May 2017

Researchers from across the University pick up prestigious medals from the Learned Society of Wales

From left to right: Sara Whittam and Awen Iorwerth receive their Welsh Education Champion Awards 2017

School of Medicine wins Welsh Education Champion Awards

17 May 2017

Sara Whittam and Dr Awen Iorwerth are Cardiff University's 2017 Welsh Education Champions.

Professor William Gray performing procedure with Neuromate

Cell transplantation in Huntington’s disease

16 May 2017

Cardiff University to perform stem cell transplant for Huntington’s disease

Scientist testing blood

New blood cancer test

11 May 2017

New test more effective at predicting survival in blood cancer patients

Professor Jamie Rossjohn

Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences

9 May 2017

Professor Jamie Rossjohn elected to Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences

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Sleeping pills linked to hip fractures in elderly

27 April 2017

Research identifies risk over doctors’ ‘prescription of choice’

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£13m dementia research centre

20 April 2017

Cardiff University chosen as centre for UK’s biggest dementia research initiative

Professor William Gray with neuromate

First robotic 'neuromate' in Wales assists epilepsy surgery

13 April 2017

The BRAIN Unit’s Professor of Functional Neurosurgery, William Gray, successfully performs the first robot-assisted epilepsy procedure in Wales.

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Celebrating a Successful Science in Health Public Lecture Series

6 April 2017

This year’s Public Lecture Series ended on a high with a talk on 30 March 2017 from Professor Adam Balen from the Leeds Centre for Reproductive Medicine.

Rachel Hargest award

Rachel Hargest wins Silver Scalpel Award for excellence in surgical training

6 April 2017

The Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) has awarded Rachel Hargest the 2017 Silver Scalpel Award.

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New insight into leading viral cause of congenital birth defects

5 April 2017

Why CMV is so adept at evading the immune system

Children at exhibit at Brain Games 2017

Success for 5th annual Brain Games

29 March 2017

Around 3,700 children and families put their brains to the test on Sunday as they gathered at the National Museum Cardiff for this year’s Brain Games event.

Professor Judith Hall talking to press

Bid to cut Namibian roads death toll

24 March 2017

Cardiff University trains police to use life-saving ‘trauma packs’

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Science in Health Live

17 March 2017

Inspiring next generation of researchers and doctors

Man using EpiPen

Type 2 diabetes on the rise

16 March 2017

UK sees three-fold increase in number of people with type 2 diabetes

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Eczema and antibiotics

14 March 2017

Antibiotics not effective for clinically infected eczema in children

Female student using molecule models in science class

Big Bang Final

13 March 2017

Secondary school students who joined University research projects selected for national competition

Cardiff trainee doctors and dentists receiving awards

BEST Trainee Awards

13 March 2017

Trainee doctors and dentists honoured