Support Cambridge Children’s Hospital
The University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Hospitals and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust are partnering to transform the health of young people here and around the world through the planned Cambridge Children’s Hospital.
The Hospital will be the first purpose-built hub integrating physical and mental healthcare. Embedded within the Hospital, the paediatric-focused 5000m2 Research Institute will be home to several collaborative research centres translating breakthroughs from lab-benches to patient bedsides.
At present, the East of England is the only region in the UK currently without a purpose-built children’s hospital. Cambridge Children’s Hospital will provide the level of treatment countless families need, without them having to travel hundreds of miles to get it.
But our work will not be limited by borders: what we do at Cambridge Children’s will be a model for how to make sick children better, here and around the world.
To find out more about the Cambridge Children’s Hospital and Research Institute please visit: www.cambridgechildrens.org.uk/research
Help create a whole new way
To transform children’s healthcare and create a whole new way to treat sick children worldwide, we need the support of partners who share our commitment to this vision. Your support would provide critical infrastructure, enabling the Research Institute to become the hospital’s scientific engine room, raising the bar for its clinical services, and setting a new standard worldwide.
Your generosity will ensure that scientific discoveries and breakthroughs are translated into better, more effective interventions and treatments for children everywhere.
Support Paediatric Research
The Department of Paediatrics undertakes groundbreaking research into medicines that can transform the lives of children living with diseases such as diabetes. The majority of research is undertaken through clinics with patients, translating laboratory research into real, pragmatic and effective treatments for children.
A donation directly supports the work of the Department and clinical research undertaken by its academics.