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Bipolar BMJ Award

Bipolar education programme awarded

13 May 2014

BMJ Innovation in Healthcare prize secured.

Learned Society of Wales

7 May 2014

15 members of staff elected as Fellows.

Breakthrough unravels “big eater” cell

28 April 2014

Studies shed new light on how the cell type known as macrophages are programmed in tissues.

Young people

Improving mental health services for homeless people

25 April 2014

Technology Strategy Board rates Cardiff Knowledge Transfer Partnership as ‘outstanding’.

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.

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.