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Professor Monica Busse

Researchers produce first physiotherapy guidance for Huntington’s disease

28 February 2020

New global guidelines welcomed by patients and clinicians

THESEUS study team

New Hidradenitis suppurativa study - laying the pathway for future research

24 January 2020

A new £800,000 national observational cohort study led by the Centre for Trials Research at Cardiff University and in collaboration with Nottingham University is now open to recruitment.

Who's Challenging Who? - unique training project showcased online

26 November 2019

Who’s Challenging Who? – website launches to showcase how involving people with learning disability in developing and delivering training has positive effects on staff attitudes and on the trainers themselves.

World Sepsis Day

£2m trial seeks to inform better use of antibiotics in sepsis

1 November 2019

Cardiff University’s Centre for Trials Research is to coordinate a trial looking at use of antibiotics in sepsis.

Photograph of Ivor Chestnutt holding his award

Dental study wins prestigious award

18 July 2019

International Association of Dental Research (IADR) award for best paper

Woman listening to patient's lungs

Reducing antibiotic use

11 July 2019

Finger-prick blood test at GP surgery could safely reduce antibiotic use in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Potential new treatment for advanced cancers

Improving breast cancer treatment

10 June 2019

New treatment researched in Wales doubles time Breast Cancer is controlled

Mid-Frail study photo

International trial shows significant beneficial effects of a multi-modal intervention scheme

16 May 2019

MID-Frail study betters the consequences of diabetes on physical function and reduces healthcare costs by €428 per patient

School girls sat around table

Peer-led drug prevention

23 April 2019

Cardiff University launches largest UK trial of school-based drug prevention

Child in classroom

Funder extension for Building Blocks:2-6 study

11 March 2019

Funder extension allows extra time to gather in remaining Key Stage 1 data for Building Blocks 2:6 study.