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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.

Brain

Gene linked to low IQ

24 March 2014

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

Radical new approach to training and retaining doctors in Wales

6 March 2014

New patient-focused curriculum to transform how doctors are trained.

The threat in a smile

27 February 2014

Novel therapy teaches abuse survivors not to fear kindness.

Dr Thomas Connor

Cardiff scientists share £8.5M to help solve key medical challenges

7 February 2014

MRC Consortium for Medical Microbial Bioinformatics (CMMB) initiative unveiled.

Record rise in insulin use

6 February 2014

Study reveals insulin use to treat type 2 diabetes trebles over 20 years.

Toddler burns

4 February 2014

One year olds have 10 times as many burns and scalds as older children.

Thomas Lemon, a final year medical student at the School of Medicine

Triple honours for School of Medicine student

31 January 2014

Thomas Lemon already making waves in his chosen profession.

What triggers schizophrenia?

23 January 2014

New genetic mutations shed new light on disorder.

The internal organs of the human body.

Fight against organ failure advances

10 January 2014

20-year project proves link between inflammation and organ damage.