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Welsh scientists join UK effort to understand how the immune system responds during Covid-19

28 August 2020

Cardiff University researchers will explore what makes a good immune response to the virus that causes Covid-19, SARS-CoV-2

COVID-19 Community Journal Club

Getting to grips with COVID-19

24 August 2020

Scientists at Cardiff University's School of Medicine release weekly COVID-19 community journal club

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Genetic study points to cells responsible for Parkinson’s disease

21 August 2020

Results could be key to developing new treatments, researchers say

Dr James Hindley

Quest for Covid-19 T cell blood test

4 August 2020

Cardiff scientists partner Indoor Biotechnologies

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New pinprick blood test for Covid-19

27 July 2020

Low-cost technique protects NHS patients and staff

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Discovery of new immune targets inside flu virus offers hope for universal vaccine

16 July 2020

Cardiff University-led study found internal protein fragments that could provide new target for drugs

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Science in Health webinar attracts a worldwide audience

16 July 2020

The Science in Health team held a LIVE interactive online session last week with participants from right across the world.

Professor Kate Brain

UK-wide research to look at impact of Covid-19 on early cancer diagnosis

3 July 2020

Cardiff University and Cancer Research UK study hopes to target ‘cancer can wait’ attitude

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Frailty is as important as age or underlying health issues in Covid-19 death risk, study finds

29 June 2020

Study of more than 1,500 hospital patients suggests increasing frailty means higher risk of death

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How are people with OCD coping during the Covid-19 pandemic?

24 June 2020

Cardiff University lecturer launches project to investigate impact on people with obsessive-compulsive disorder