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Older transplant kidneys could be given new lease of life

Researchers from the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre are investigating whether performing biopsies of older kidneys can help transplant patients and reduce waiting lists.

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Paul Scott

New Chief Finance Officer announced for CUH

A new substantive Chief Finance Officer (CFO) has been appointed at Cambridge University Hospitals.

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Dame Mary Archer welcomed as Addenbrooke’s charity Vice-President

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust is pleased to announce that Dame Mary Archer DBE has agreed to take up the honorary role of Vice-President of the charity.

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The award-winning Clinical Coding Team at CUH

CUH wins national data quality award

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) has won the CHKS Top Hospitals programme Data Quality Award 2017.

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NIHR Cambridge BRC Deputy Scientific Director is elected to Royal Society Fellowship

Professor Krishna Chatterjee has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.

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Left, Dr Susan Hamer and right Claire Whitehouse

NIHR Cambridge BioResource to host Research Nurse symposium

A symposium to celebrate and promote the developing speciality of research nursing will be held at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus in November 2016.

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Professor John Bradley, Director of the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre

Huge £114million research investment announced for Cambridge

Cambridge is set to get a huge £114m from the Government to make world-first medical breakthroughs, as part of a record package of research funding announced today by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

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CUH have been shortlisted for three awards at the annual EHI awards

CUH reaches finals in three categories of national digital awards

CUH has been shortlisted in three categories in a prestigious national award for using IT to improve patient care.

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It's a dog's life: Lillie has been a big hit in Outpatient Clinics

‘PAT dogs’ a big hit with outpatients

A Staffordshire Bull Terrier is one of seven specially-trained dogs that are lifting the spirits in outpatient clinics at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH).

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Last beam in place for new research building

A research facility in Cambridge is expanding, with researchers now being given more room to carry out their clinical research.

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