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Outstanding Clinical Investigator Award to Professor Sadaf Farooqi

Congratulations to our Co-director, Professor Sadaf Farooqi,…
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UK-wide COVID-19 vaccine study reports long-term third dose booster protection

 Third dose COVID-19 booster vaccines offer lasting protection…
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Obesity accelerates loss of COVID-19 vaccination immunity, study finds.

A new study led by scientists at the Universities of Cambridge…
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Volunteers needed for new needle-free coronavirus vaccine at CRF

Recruitment is underway in Cambridge for volunteers to take part…
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NICE recommends Cambridge-developed ‘artificial pancreas’ for use on NHS for management of type 1 diabetes

The artificial pancreas for type 1 diabetes developed in Cambridge and supported in trials by the NIHR Cambridge CRF could soon be approved for use in the NHS.
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UKCRF Network awarded £2.4 million in public funding to support the delivery of early phase research studies

The UK Clinical Research Facility Network (UKCRF Network), hosted…
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New Year Honour for pioneering research

Congratulations to our NIHR Cambridge CRF Director, Professor…

COV-BOOST national vaccination trial at Addenbrooke’s

A team from Cambridge is inviting individuals aged 18 to 30 years…

World-first trial to transfuse lab-grown blood is underway in Cambridge 

Red blood cells that have been grown in a laboratory have been transfused into another person at the NIHR Cambridge Clinical Research Facility (CRF) in a world-first clinical trial.