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Brain Box

Virtual MRI scan for pupils

21 October 2019

University offers VR scan as part of ‘Brain Box’ resource for teachers

Professor Ole Petersen

University Professor appointed Editor-in-Chief of new American Physiological Society journal

21 October 2019

School of Biosciences Professor, Ole Petersen, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of new journal, ‘Function’-

First aid for burns magnet

Hot drinks are the most common cause of burns to young children

16 October 2019

Thousands of injuries could be prevented every year

Healthcare subjects achieve number 1 in Wales and Top 10 in the UK

15 October 2019

Cardiff University, School of Healthcare Sciences has achieved 1st place in Wales and top 10 in the UK for Physiotherapy, Nursing, Radiography and Subject allied to Medicine in the Times Good University Guide 2020.

Person giving CPR

Medics in mass CPR training

15 October 2019

Restart a Heart Day aims to raise awareness about cardiac arrests

Virtual Road World app

Dr Catherine Purcell creates app to educate children about road safety

8 October 2019

The app ‘Virtual Road World’, which is mainly targeted at seven to nine-year olds, teaches how to cross a road safely.

ECCO Summit 2019

Professor Daniel Kelly unveils European resolution aimed at eradicating HPV by 2030

2 October 2019

Professor Daniel Kelly chaired the European Cancer Organisation (ECCO) Summit in Brussels which unanimously endorsed a resolution aimed at eradicating the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Professor Stephan Collishaw and Professor Frances Rice

Tackling youth anxiety and depression

30 September 2019

£10m Wolfson Foundation funding to establish the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health

Minister Visit

Health Minister opens Glaucoma Centre

27 September 2019

Vaughan Gethin AM has officially opened the ODTTC Glaucoma Centre at the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences.

Family having a conversation

Tone of voice crucial in conversations with teenagers

27 September 2019

New study showed adolescents were less likely to want to engage with schoolwork when mothers spoke with a pressurising tone