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Midwifery Students Awarded Iolanthe Trust Funding

23 April 2014

Two of the School's midwifery students have been awarded funding for overseas travel by the Iolanthe Midwifery Trust

Professor Chris McGuigan

Developing new anti-cancer medicines

15 April 2014

The prospect of four new cancer medicines becoming a reality for patients has taken a huge step forward.

Virus

New vaccine hope for leading viral cause of birth defects

9 April 2014

Scientists discover novel defence mechanism to control a virus which affects around 50% of adults in the UK.

Professor Julie Williams

Cardiff leads largest ever Alzheimer’s study

4 April 2014

One million person study explores the combined influence of genetics and lifestyle in the development of Alzheimer’s.

OT clinic with child going down ramp

Children’s Clinic a First for UK

4 April 2014

A new Occupational Therapy Clinic specialising in children with developmental difficulties opened at Cardiff University on the morning of 4th April 2014.

Brain

Gene linked to low IQ

24 March 2014

Genetic screening could identify children at risk of low IQ development.

Cardiff student nominated for Student Midwife of the Year

20 March 2014

Becky Westbury, a 3rd-year midwifery student, has been short-listed for the Student Nursing Times Awards 2014 in the Student Midwife of the Year category.

Cardiff University midwifery students launch the Cardiff Midwifery society

RCM Wales office opening and Midsoc launch

20 March 2014

On Thursday 20th February 2014, the Royal College of Midwives Wales officially opened their new offices in Eastgate House, Cardiff.

Physiotherapy student named student rep of the year

18 March 2014

Physiotherapy student Rhys Hughes has been voted 2014 Student Representative of the year by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Brain Games 2014

Brain Games

12 March 2014

Event returns for another year.