Nuru is royally rewarded for research success
An Addenbrooke’s Hospital doctor has won a prestigious award from the Royal College of Physicians' for his work in gastroenterology and clinical trials.
Increased children’s ambulance service keeps youngsters closer to home
Ambulances carrying life-support machines and specialist staff will transfer sick children and babies from across the region to intensive-care wards, in a new 24/7 service.
World first for AI machine learning to treat Covid patients
Addenbrooke’s along with 20 other hospitals from across the world have used artificial intelligence (AI) to predict the oxygen needs of Covid patients, on a global scale.
Cancer drug could help recovery from heart attack
Researchers at Addenbrooke's have found that a cancer drug could improve the recovery of heart attack patients, by targeting the immune system.
New gene therapy trial to help restore sight
A team from Addenbrooke's is leading research into new treatments which could help reverse hereditary blindness.
Hospital spread of Covid-19 mainly patient to patient
Most patients who caught Covid-19 while in hospital were infected by other patients, not staff, a Cambridge study finds.
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Sharing your pregnancy story
If you are pregnant, with your baby due between November 2021 and early March 2022, you can take part in a new study where Cambridge medical students learn from your experiences.
New service launched to transport sick babies and children
A new service to transport very sick babies and children within the East of England will launch on 7 April.
Pregnant women to be assigned lead named midwife
Pregnant women living in Cambridge University Hospital’s catchment area and registered with the Rosie are set to benefit from a new and improved care model which aims to make maternity services more personal.
Could you help us train tomorrow’s doctors?
If you are pregnant and your baby is due to arrive between November 2020 and early March 2021, you might be interested in taking part in a programme in which medical students from Cambridge University learn from pregnant people.
Winner Diane is a Rosie hospital star!
A nurse from Cambridge has become a winner of a Cavell Star Award. Diane Lane, a Maternity Support Worker at the Rosie Birth Centre for Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was nominated for going above and beyond for her colleagues.