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Cambridge Cardiovascular


Key Contacts

Cambridge Cardiovascular Interdisciplinary Research Centre (IRC) is funded by the University of Cambridge. It acts as an overarching organisation providing support to the relevant research Centres and communities in Cambridge.

The IRC is led by Prof Martin Bennett guided by a cross-University Steering group. The IRC is managed by  - please email or call us if you would like to join the IRC or if you have any questions about what we do. Our postal address is:

Cambridge Cardiovascular, University of Cambridge

Heart and Lung Research Institute

Papworth Road, Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Cambridge, CB2 0BB


BHF Cambridge Centre for Cardiovascular Research Excellence (CRE) is a BHF-funded research centre led by Prof Martin Bennett and managed by 

BHF Oxbridge Centre of Regenerative Medicine (CRM) is a BHF-funded research centre led by Prof Paul Riley and managed by Dr Tertia Softley (both in Oxford). The Cambridge part of the CRM is led by and managed by .

NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Cardiovascular & Respiratory Disease research theme is led by Prof Nick Morrell and administered by Ms Sarah Chantler.

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How to find us

We are located all over Cambridge, so it is best to check with each individual research team regarding how to best reach them - their contact details can be found under the 'People' section of this website.

The Cambridge Cardiovascular IRC office is located at the new Heart and Lung Research Institute next to Royal Papworth Hospital on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, two miles south of the central Cambridge. Parking is limited but there are multiple cycle- and walkways to the campus, and Stagecoach buses Citi1, Citi2, Uni4, Citi7 and Citi8 all stop at the campus/ Addenbrooke's hospital.

Find maps on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus website.

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