Research at the School
The aim of the School is to conduct internationally excellent peer reviewed basic, clinical and translational research relating to a diverse range of medical conditions and treatments.
The information governance policy applies to all areas of the Clinical School, however, the implementation of the policy may vary slightly depending on the systems already in place.
Information on who to contact and how to start a research project
How we use your research data
Information and guidance on the upcoming Research Excellence Framework.
Featured Research News
Human stem cell lines: separating the wheat from the chaff
Collaborative research, led by Florian Merkle (Wellcome-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science), has analysed the genetics of human pluripotent stem cells…
The Carbon Footprint of Bioinformatics
A study by Jason Grealey (Cambridge Baker Systems Initiative, Melbourne) and Loïc Lannelongue (Public Health and Primary Care, Cambridge Baker…
Genetic mutations causing a type of adult blood cancer occur in childhood, or even in the womb
A collaborative study from the Wellcome Sanger Institute (WSI) and the University of Cambridge, led by Jyoti Nangalia (Haematology, Cambridge…
Magnesium is essential for the immune system, including in the fight against cancer
Researchers, including Adrià-Arnau Martí i Líndez and led by Christoph Hess (both Medicine, CITIID), have shown that the level of…
Use of whole genome sequencing to determine the genetic basis of suspected mitochondrial disorders
A collaborative study by Katherine Schon, led by Patrick Chinnery (both Clinical Neurosciences and MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit), demonstrates that…