Screening of type 1 diabetes (T1D) in prone families in relation to autoantibodies can provide an opportunity to educate and prepare families for disease symptoms and prevent diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a dangerous and even deadly condition. Furthermore, therapeutic interventions under clinical development could significantly delay the onset of T1D and potentially stop the disease from […]
In this Cambridge Conversation, the Vice-Chancellor is joined by Professor David Rowitch, neurobiologist and Head of Paediatrics, and Tamsin Ford CBE, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Head of Department of Psychiatry, to discuss recent developments in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of children’s illness, and the impact of integrating mental and physical healthcare. […]
Mini Symposium open to all: Research and the NHS – Understanding Acronyms and Opportunities Please register for this Event via Eventbrite. You will then be sent further information regarding joining the meeting remotely. Please note, parts of the meeting may be recorded by organisers only, and with the permission of the speakers. Hosted by Dr […]
The Departments of Paediatrics and Medicine are jointly hosting a special lecture, presented by Dr James M. Wilson from University of Pennsylvania. It will take place on Tuesday 4th February at 11.30am in Lecture Theatre 2 at the Clinical School and the talk is titled “Gene therapy for inherited diseases”. All are welcome to attend!