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Inside a modern prison

Improved support needed for PTSD in Welsh prisons

10 April 2024

A new study finds variations in access to support for prisoners with traumatic stress in Welsh prisons

Red blood cells

£2.3 million for breakthrough acute myeloid leukaemia treatment

27 March 2024

A £2.3 million Medical Research Council grant will advance innovative new approach to treating acute myeloid leukaemia.

Physiotherapy alumni and staff play key role in elite sport

25 March 2024

Behind the scenes of the rugby Six Nations tournament, Cardiff Physiotherapy graduate, Kate Davis was hard at work keeping the England Rugby squad in top physical shape.

Applications open for the 14th annual CNGG Summer School in Brain Disorders Research

22 March 2024

Find out more about the summer school and whether you're eligible to join us in July 2024.

ISLA students and staff at the final presentation

The Interprofessional Student Leadership Academy launch

18 March 2024

The Interprofessional Student Leadership Academy (ISLA) was launched in the Autumn semester with the first cohort of students from The School of Healthcare Sciences and The School of Dentistry.

Lady sneezing into tissue

Can over-the-counter cold medicine treat COVID-19?

18 March 2024

Researchers confirm that over-the-counter cold and flu medicine can help people safely and effectively manage COVID-19 at home

Vice-Chancellor visits Cardiff’s neuroscience and mental health thought leaders

15 March 2024

Professor Wendy Larner tours the Hadyn Ellis Building.

Professor Derek jones viewing a screen displaying a brain model

Partnership to uncover new insights into dementia

12 March 2024

A new partnership will advance scientific understanding of the brain changes that occur in Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease

Young person holding a phone

Digitalised sexual health services wouldn’t be trusted by young people

11 March 2024

Digital services could change access to sexual health services, but young people wouldn’t trust them unless steps are taken

Luke Hazell - Mental Health Nursing Graduate

Royal College of Nursing cadet graduates as a mental health nurse

4 March 2024

Luke is the first Royal College of Nursing Cadet to graduate and become a registered nurse.