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Lady sneezing into tissue

Directing the body’s fight against flu

21 January 2016

Natural ‘homing’ molecule discovery could help speed-up fight against viruses

Cells green on red

Upgrading the immune system

13 January 2016

Scientists re-engineer body’s immune system for safer and more effective cancer treatment

Staff at the Annual Infection and Immunity meeting

Tackling infection and chronic disease

21 December 2015

The Annual Cardiff Infection & Immunity meeting to showcase cutting edge approaches to beating infection and chronic disease.

Brain scan

Targeting brain injury

17 December 2015

New ‘homing’ treatment could aid recovery for brain damaged patients

Pills

“Disturbing breach of last group of antibiotics”

19 November 2015

Scientists discover antibiotic-resistant gene with epidemic potential

Hands with noticeable arthritus joints

Decoding what goes wrong in arthritis

6 October 2015

Fresh insight into rheumatoid arthritis offers hope for transforming patient care.

 Professor Chris McGuigan

Clinical trial for Cardiff’s shingles treatment

8 September 2015

The first ever patient has been enrolled in the pivotal phase III clinical trial of a drug pioneered by Cardiff University which could bring hope for millions of shingles sufferers

Dr Thomas Connor

Halting the spread of dysentery

7 August 2015

Scientists shed new light on disease.

Main Building from Museum Avenue

Cardiff professors elected to Learned Society of Wales

29 April 2015

Four Cardiff academics join the prestigious line-up

Cancer cells

Immune system 'friendly fire' could be to blame for cancer deaths

10 March 2015

New research suggests that patients recovering from bowel cancer surgery may be at a higher risk of relapse if their blood shows an immune response to a particular protein.