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Professor Sir Michael Owen and Professor James Walters

World-leading mental health research centre celebrates ‘decade of discovery'

5 November 2019

One of the world’s leading centres for research into the underlying causes of mental health issues is marking its 10th anniversary.

World Sepsis Day

£2m trial seeks to inform better use of antibiotics in sepsis

1 November 2019

Cardiff University’s Centre for Trials Research is to coordinate a trial looking at use of antibiotics in sepsis.

Dr Alan Parker

Funding boost for cancer-killing ‘smart’ viruses

1 November 2019

Scientists at Cardiff University have been awarded nearly £1.4m in funding by Cancer Research UK to support the development of cancer-killing viruses.

Prof Dion UK DRI

Cardiff researcher wins global professorship

31 October 2019

A Cardiff University scientist has become the first in Wales to be awarded a prestigious Academy of Medical Science professorship.

Postgraduate cohort

New Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Planning Launched

24 October 2019

Qualification to develop professionals working in the NHS in Wales

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

Person giving CPR

Medics in mass CPR training

15 October 2019

Restart a Heart Day aims to raise awareness about cardiac arrests

Ysgol Tryfan

Schools celebrate science quiz success

19 September 2019

Almost 500 pupils enter this year’s Life Sciences Challenge

World Sepsis Day

Project Sepsis host simulation event on World Sepsis Day

16 September 2019

Project Sepsis, Cardiff University, along with clinicians from the University Hospital of Wales (UHW), ran a simulation event entitled ‘Sepsis: a spotlight on what can happen to mum and baby’ to mark World Sepsis Day.