The Institute's research teams focus on addressing overlapping issues in cardiorespiratory, metabolic and inflammatory disorders by means of state-of-the-art translational medicine studies underpinned by excellent basic science.
- Oil red O stained adipocytes differentiated from bone marrow stem cells.
- Dendritic cells shown in red in human epidermis
- 3D electroanatomic map of an infarcted heart left ventricle
- Scanning electron microscopy image of endothelial cells shedding microparticles
- Sudden cardiac death calcium link www.telegraph.co.uk11th August 2014Cardiff University scientists identify a mutation in the calcium-sensing protein, calmodulin, that causes idiopathic ventricular fibrillation, has defective interaction with the cardiac ryanodine receptor.
- Story of TINN2 (treat infections in neonates 2) 23rd June 2014Horizon 2020 reports the story of TINN2, a large-scale study to test the efficacy and safety of the drug called Azithromycin (AZM) with pre-term babies. It is the first such large-scale study in the world.
- Academic Workshop: 7 Oct 7th October, 13.00‑14.00 Health Literacy: Building knowledge and skills to improve patient care and patient health. Guest speaker: Professor Gill Rowlands, Aarhus University, Denmark. Open to all School of Medicine staff / PGR students.Venue: Michael Griffith Education Centre
The Jonathan Boulter Memorial Lecture 2014 British Society for Immunology 8th October, 16.00 Prof. Michael Dustin (Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Oxford): "The Immunological Synapse as a Therapeutic Target"Venue: Michael Griffith Education Centre
Prof Michael Dustin (Oxford) 9th October, 13.00‑14.00 "Dynamics of cytotoxic T cells in vitro and in vivo" Venue: Henry Wellcome Building
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