School of Medicine

Fibrosis

Preventing fibrosis

9 February 2018

New discovery could lead to prevention of organ damage in chronic disease

Survey on Public Attitude to Death and Dying in Wales

Survey launched on public attitude to death and dying in Wales

2 February 2018

A team of researchers from the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre want to know what people think and how they feel about death and dying.

Artist's impression of pancreatic cancer

Inhibiting the growth of pancreatic cancer

1 February 2018

Researchers use respiratory virus to attack pancreatic cancer

Potential new treatment for advanced cancers

Potential new treatment for advanced cancers

25 January 2018

New potential therapy identified for aggressive breast cancer

Coral Kennerley

Students picked for Wales team at Commonwealth Games

24 January 2018

Wales athletes attending Cardiff University set sights on glory at Gold Coast 2018

Peter Ghazal

Project Sepsis

23 January 2018

Professor Peter Ghazal joins University to lead sepsis research

Painting of Pendeen Cliffs by Ria Poole

Pop-up Art Exhibition at Cardiff University’s Cochrane building

11 December 2017

Celebrated art of Dr Ria Poole demonstrates some of the hidden creative talent in the University’s research community

Artist's impression of a blood clot

New family of lipids plays key role in clot formation

28 November 2017

New lipids discovery could reduce deaths from stroke and heart attack

Prof Jiafu Ji

CCMRC Alumnus wins prestigious British Council Alumni Award

27 November 2017

Cardiff alumnus recognised by British Council

Image of the outside of Sir Geraint Evans Building

The Sir Geraint Evans Cardiovascular Research Building

24 November 2017

Sir Geraint Evans’ legacy lives on as University research unit extends its remit to cardiovascular disease

Artist's impression of T-cells attacking cancer

Improved method of engineering T-cells to attack cancer

17 November 2017

Genome editing enhances T-cells for cancer immunotherapy

Image of insulin

Good glucose control could be bad in type 2 diabetes

15 November 2017

Intensive glucose control in type 2 diabetes can have adverse effects

Artist's impression of T-cells

Targeting cancer without destroying healthy T-cells

14 November 2017

Unique approach to treatment of rare and aggressive blood cancers

Photograph of student doctor

Doctoriaid Yfory (Tomorrow’s Doctors)

19 October 2017

A year in the life of Welsh student doctors

Image of Tryfan students receiving award

Future scientists of Wales took up the ‘challenge’

29 September 2017

Life Sciences Challenge / Her Gwyddorau Bywyd 2017

Parademics, doctor and nurse in A&E

Tackling the problem of overstretched emergency departments

29 September 2017

Cardiff and Bristol research teams target improvements in emergency care

Scientist checking blood samples

Tracking the body’s mini-shuttles

28 September 2017

New method of tagging body's own transporters could lead to more effective treatments for life-threatening diseases

Vaughan Gething with UHB and CU delegation

Tomorrow’s A&E doctors

26 September 2017

New medical degree set to boost numbers of doctors choosing career in A&E in Wales

Two characters from The Library of Imagined Genes production

University scientists at Cardiff Book Festival

19 September 2017

Was Lady Macbeth’s torment or Cinderella’s disposition influenced by their DNA?

Wearable tech

Wearable well-being – can technology make us healthier?

29 August 2017

‘Doctor on Your Wrist’ event explores healthcare and technology.