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Study highlights ’vital 30-day window’ for hospital inpatients to get COVID-19 jab

23 July 2021

Early findings helped to change Welsh vaccination policy to prioritise vulnerable patients during second wave

New study raises prospect of ‘fine-tuning’ immune response through individual T-cells

20 July 2021

Cardiff University findings could have important implications for vaccine design

Dr Stephanie Hanna

Cardiff Immunologist receives Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation fellowship

8 April 2021

The fellowship is to study immune responses in type 1 diabetes.

Cardiff University professor is honoured in Biochemical Society awards

30 March 2021

Professor Valerie O’Donnell receives Morton Lecture Award

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Covid-19 - Cardiff wins £1m for Sêr Cymru research

12 January 2021

Fourteen novel projects tackle challenges

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‘Living reviews’ launched by Cardiff and Oxford in wake of COVID-19 research

18 December 2020

New review format will summarise key scientific literature around the virus

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Key type of immune cell ‘self-renews’ in humans, new study finds

16 December 2020

Cardiff University-led research overturns thinking that a certain type of memory T-cell has reached the end of its lifespan

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Non-routine testing of patients with suspected Covid-19 ‘of little benefit’ to assess risk

15 October 2020

Cardiff University and University Hospital of Wales carry out first evaluation of extended testing, using newly developed electronic healthcare database

COVID-19 Community Journal Club

Synthesising the evidence during the pandemic: students and early career researchers rise to the challenge

24 September 2020

The journal club was set up to summarise and review the enormous volume of information coming out day-by-day, primarily to support the clinical and research endeavours of local clinicians and scientists.

World Sepsis Day 2020

Project Sepsis to shine a spotlight on links between COVID-19 and sepsis for World Sepsis Day

3 September 2020

A collaborative online event showcasing the links between the COVID 19 pandemic and sepsis.