News archive for School of Medicine Research
New vaccine hope for leading viral cause of birth defects
10th April 2014Experts in infection and immunity have made a path-finding discovery that could lead to the development of a vaccine for a health-ravaging virus that affects around 50% of adults in …
School of Medicine featured in New Scientist
27th March 2014In an article about gender equality, the School of Medicine's work was highlighted.
Cardiff scientists share £8.5M to help solve key medical challenges
10th February 2014Two Cardiff University scientists will take a leading role in developing a world leading computer system to address the Big Data challenge that arises from the use of cutting edge …
One year olds have 10 times as many burns and scalds as older children
4th February 2014Hot drinks and hair straighteners among main culprits.
Study links close-knit neighbourhoods with positive mental health
31st January 2014Deprived neighbourhoods linked to mental health decline.
Fight against peritoneal membrane failure advances
11th January 201420-year of research demonstrates link between chronic inflammation and end-organ damage
Cancer model research helps pinpoint risk
23rd December 2013A new DNA model for bowel and womb cancer should help diagnose those at high risk, following work by an international group of scientists, including the School's Dr Ian Frayling.
Cardiff to lead new MRC UK Dementias Research Platform
11th December 2013The Medical Research Council (MRC) today announced a multi-million pound programme to accelerate progress in dementias research.