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
- Butterfly effect and computer simulation pave way for heart disease prediction Cardiff University23rd February 2015Scientists from Cardiff and Swansea Universities are combining the principles of the butterfly effect and computer simulation to explore new ways of predicting and controlling the beginnings of heart disease.
- Support for research into acute and chronic kidney disease 13th February 2015Kidney Research UK supports collaborative projects at the School of Medicine into novel biomarkers in patients with acute kidney injury and patients with peritoneal dialysis-related infection
- CAQR March Meeting: Dramaturgy Theory 3rd March, 10.00‑11.00 A support and development group for researchers interested in using more critical approaches to qualitative research at the Heath Campus (all welcome)Venue: UHW Main Building
Prof. Rachel Errington 5th March, 13.00‑14.00 Getting from A to B - imaging and modelling of drug resistance in cancerVenue: UHW Main Building
Dr Sally Roberts 12th March, 13.00‑14.00 Skin deep – modelling viral life cycles in 3-DVenue: Henry Wellcome Building