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New paper in Nature Metabolism. Congratulations to Dr Vanessa Pellegrinelli and Toni Vidal-Puig Lab and all collaborators.

26 April 2022

Dysregulation of macrophage PEPD in obesity determines adipose tissue fibro-inflammation and insulin resistance

Molecular messenger reveals new treatment pathway for COVID-19

7 April 2022

St Catharine’s researchers are part of a team from the University of Cambridge, Addenbrooke’s and Royal Papworth hospitals, and AstraZeneca who have discovered a new pathway for treating COVID-19 infections after studying the blood plasma of patients hospitalised during the first wave of the pandemic. The virus causing...

Stephen Hider's BHF fundraising run

7 April 2022

Stephen Hider, a local Cambridgeshire man, is running a marathon a day for 35 days in memory of his young niece who died from a heart condition. Stephen will be running from/to the new Heart Lung Research Institute on 11 April. LINK to article click heading

Potential Therapeutic Target Found for Rare Blood Disorder

3 February 2022

Researchers have identified a new therapeutic target that could be critical in developing improved treatments for thrombcythaemia. Read link above

Hope for new heart attack treatment targeting dangerous immune response

2 February 2022

A cancer drug could harness the power of the immune system to improve recovery after a heart attack and has the potential to become the first treatment of its kind available for patients ...Read more

Heart Research UK grant for University of Cambridge’s Prof Ziad Mallat will investigate route to tackling leading cause of death globally

14 January 2022

A research grant of £190,000 will help the University of Cambridge’s Professor Ziad Mallat investigate a potential route towards a new treatment for the leading cause of death globally. Read more click link above

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