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New NIHR Cambridge BRC director appointed

21 February 2020

New NIHR Cambridge BRC director appointed The NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) has announced Dr Miles Parkes will be the new director of the centre, based at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH). Dr Miles Parkes is currently a consultant gastroenterologist and researcher at CUH. miles-parkes-350x350.jpg His...

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Natural killer cells meet invasive cells: what consequences on reproduction and cancer?

29 January 2020

Natural killer cells meet invasive cells: what consequences on reproduction and cancer? A new study published in Nature Communications by Francesco Colucci’s group (Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) in collaboration with Andrew Sharkey’s laboratory (Department of Pathology) identified subsets of human decidual...

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Cambridge iMAP team is shortlisted for the Big Beat Challenge

24 January 2020

570x380_imap.gif Cambridge iMAP team is shortlisted for the Big Beat Challenge The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has announced its shortlist of four research projects competing for a £30m reward as part of its Big Beat Challenge. International, multi-disciplinary groups of researchers were asked to identify and propose a...

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Menna Clatworthy receives an EFIS-IL Lecture Award

1 July 2019

Menna Clatworthy, a Group Leader in the University of Cambridge Molecular Immunity Unit based at the LMB, has won a prestigious EFIS-IL Lecture Award.

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Scientists at CITIID have success in receiving prestigious fellowships from the Wellcome Trust

Scientists at CITIID have success in receiving prestigious fellowships from the Wellcome Trust

10 June 2019

For more information got to: https://www.citiid.cam.ac.uk/wellcome-trust-fellowships/

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New prognostic test could enable personalised treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

30 May 2019

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a new test that can reliably predict the future course of inflammatory bowel disease in individuals, transforming treatments for patients and paving the way for a personalised approach.

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New prognostic test could enable personalised treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

30 May 2019

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a new test that can reliably predict the future course of inflammatory bowel disease in individuals, transforming treatments for patients and paving the way for a personalised approach.

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New prognostic test could enable personalised treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

30 May 2019

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a new test that can reliably predict the future course of inflammatory bowel disease in individuals, transforming treatments for patients and paving the way for a personalised approach.

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Marjory Stephenson Prize- Gordon Dougan FRS

26 November 2018

Congratulations to Professor Gordon Dougan FRS, Department of Medicine, who has been awarded the 2019 Marjory Stephenson Prize

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Shedding light on uterine lymphocytes: the power of mouse models

1 November 2018

The uterus of humans and mice is home to many immune cells, including natural killer (NK) and other innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), which may play important roles in pregnancy. The uterine mucosa dynamically adapts to both the menstrual cycle and pregnancy and therefore it is particularly hard to study.

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