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Read more at: MPhil in Therapeutic Sciences

MPhil in Therapeutic Sciences

The University of Cambridge and The Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences launched the new and innovative MPhil in Therapeutic Sciences in Autumn 2018. We are currently recruiting for the second cohort of students, due to begin in October 2020. This one-year full-time course will select a cohort of students with the...

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Read more at: Industry Experts in Residence (EiRs)

Industry Experts in Residence (EiRs)

The Industry Experts in Residence are available to University of Cambridge staff for: Advice on the applicability of specific ideas to drug discovery, diagnostics & devices Advice on translational grant applications Discussions about progression of current translational research projects Work in conjunction with...

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WT Access to Expertise

Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences (CATS) is offering an access to external consultancy services for translational research projects through its Access to Expertise (AtE). AtE is an internal call supported by funds from the INSTITUTIONAL TRANSLATIONAL PARTNERSHIP AWARD, awarded to the University of Cambridge by the...

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‘Virtual biopsies’ could replace tissue biopsies in future thanks to technique developed by Cambridge scientists

15 January 2021

A new advanced computing technique using routine medical scans to enable doctors to take fewer, more accurate tumour biopsies, has been developed by cancer researchers at the University of Cambridge. This is an important step towards precision tissue sampling for cancer patients to help select the best treatment. In future...

Driving force behind cellular ‘protein factories’ could have implications for neurodegenerative disease

17 December 2020

Researchers have identified the driving force behind a cellular process linked to neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s and motor neurone disease. There is still so much to learn about this system, which is incredibly important to fundamental biomedical science Clemens Kaminski In a study published today in...

AI could help cut waiting times for cancer by automating mark-up of patient scans prior to radiotherapy

17 December 2020

Doctors at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge aim to drastically cut cancer waiting times by using artificial intelligence (AI) to automate lengthy radiotherapy preparations. As clinicians we want to start radiotherapy promptly to improve survival rates and reduce anxiety. Using machine learning tools can save time for...