The Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Disease (CITIID) focuses on infectious disease and immunity including the microbiome, autoimmune disease, cellular immunology, inflammatory disease and genomics … read more
The Heart and Lung Research Institute (HLRI) focuses on Cardiometabolic Medicine, Experimental Medicine, Functional Genomics, Population Sciences, Respiratory Biology and Vascular Medicine … read more
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To mark #WorldTBDay, Lalita Ramakrishnan, Group Leader @MedCambridge & @CellBiol_MRCLMB discusses her career, inspiration behind her key #tuberculosis findings & her approach to mentorship.
Read the full interview here: https://journals.biologists.com/dmm/article/16/3/dmm050189/297311/Redefining-tuberculosis-an-interview-with-Lalita
We are delighted to announce that today we have become the Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Heart & Lung Research Institute to honour a very generous philanthropic donation from @victordahdaleh
@Cambridge_Uni @RoyalPapworth @CUHPartners
🙏 We are deeply grateful to Dr Dahdaleh for his generous gift of £16 million to the Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Heart and Lung Research Institute @HLRI_Cambridge
See how this gift will support its work 👇
£16million gift to support Europe’s largest heart and lung research
The Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Heart and Lung Research Institute (HLRI) is home to the largest concentration of scienti...
Overjoyed to be awarded a @BBSRC Discovery Fellowship @Cambridge_Uni @MedCambridge
BBSRC announces 22 new Discovery Fellows
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) has named the 22 successful candidates for its pres...
Why are people who are obese at increased risk of severe #COVID19?
Scientists thought it was most likely due to excessive inflammation.
"What we found was the absolute opposite," says Prof Menna Clatworthy
@ClatworthyLab @andymoz78 @MedCambridge
Underactive immune response may explain obesity link to COVID-19
Scientists at the Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Disease (CITIID) and Wellcome Sanger Inst...
It's fun to celebrate the wins @HLRI_Cambridge - Research awards funded by @TheBHF @dzhk_germany @Hartstichting being won in collaboration with members of our teams. We raised a glass to all those involved including @Jmtarkin @Meri421_cam @hfj22 and @aidanbutty
Join #NIHR #CamBRC Director Prof Miles Parkes & guest speakers Dr Raj Jena & Prof Barbara Pierscionek who will be speaking at our @Cambridge_Fest talk ‘Can #health #data really save lives?’ Book your free ticket for our online event on 23 March at 7pm http://bit.ly/CanHdataSL
Congratulations Roy Zhang! BTS Medawar medal winner 2023! So proud 🎉🎉🎉@ClatworthyLab @CUH_Transplant @BTRU_ODT @pembroke1347
Visit @ClatworthyLab at our homepage http://www.med.cam.ac.uk/clatworthy/ for more information on our group's research.