Cambridge Clinical Informatics (CCI) has recently completed its second year of assisting on Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology’s (CAST) Challenge Projects. Challenge Projects are collaborations between working scientists and the students and staff of CAST, and allow students to complete projects that promote work-based scientific skills. In 2016 Dr Lydia Drumright and Karen Hlaba […]
The NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre recently launched a Young People in Research Programme. Karen Hlaba attended the launch event, and was happy to briefly expand upon her work in research to the sixth formers involved in the programme. For more details about this exciting programme, please follow this link.
From Tuesday the 20th of September until Friday the 2nd of December, the Centre for Clinical Informatics (CCI) participated in UTC Cambridge’s Clinical Trial Challenge. Sixth form students at UTC Cambridge were taught about the research cycle, ethics in research, public involvement in research, quantitative analysis, and the theory and practice of qualitative research. The […]
For the 2016 Cambridge Science Festival, Cambridge Clinical Informatics held an event called “Speed Data-ing.” The public was introduced to methods used by researchers to collect and use clinical data in the past, the present and future. They were also challenged to see how fast they could collect the data in our “CUH Minnie Wow” […]
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Foundation Trust, as part of the eHospital system, has partnered with systems and services provider Hewlet Packard (HP) to support clinicians and other front-line staff with the technology required to securely and quickly access patients medical records. The Chief Medical Information Officer of CUH, Dr Afzal Chaudhry, gave a talk at […]
On the 19th of June nearly 200 Cambridge-based researchers from the University of Cambridge, CUH, Babraham Institute, EBI, Astra-Zeneca, GSK, and our funding partners met for an outstanding series of talks on exemplars and opportunities in Big Data and Medicine; hosted by the Cambridge Big Data Strategic Research Initiative, the Cancer Research Institute and Cambridge […]
Dr John Bradley has been awarded the Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours. He was recognised for his services to Health Research. Dr Bradley is the Director of Research and Head of the Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre. Read more