Medical students at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge are the first in the world to experience a new way of learning, using the latest in mixed reality holographic patients.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge has launched a ground-breaking, multidisciplinary clinic to help identify and treat people with a frequently misunderstood condition called normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH).
Addenbrooke’s hospital is part of six NHS brain cancer centres to be awarded excellence status by the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission.
Addenbrooke’s emergency doctor volunteers in Ukraine - 10 years ago he fled Syria as a medical student
An Addenbrooke’s emergency doctor, who fled Syria as a medical student in 2012, has just returned from Ukraine where he helped treat those fleeing from the war.
More than a third of severely sick babies referred for rapid whole genome sequencing receive vital genetic diagnosis in latest study across the East of England.
The Ely Hand Clinic, run by Addenbrooke’s Hospital, is offering an additional type of treatment for patients with arthritic pain in their thumbs.
An Addenbrooke’s surgeon is leading a national survey to help shape the future of eye research for the next decade.
Fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose provides stronger immunity boost than third dose, shows study run in East of England
COVID-19 vaccines given as fourth doses in the UK offer excellent boosting immunity protection, according to the latest results from a nationwide NIHR-supported study.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge welcomed a high-level delegation from Uganda on Thurs 29 April, including permanent secretary at the Ministry of Health, Dr Diana Atwine.
CPFT’s innovative service for people with schizophrenia is highlighted in a new book recently published, exploring service users’ lived experiences and health challenges.
Researchers at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) and the University of Cambridge have published results from a national survey of public opinion on sharing health data to support clinical care and research.
DNA analysis of thousands of tumours from NHS patients has found a ‘treasure trove’ of clues about the causes of cancer, with genetic mutations providing a personal history of the damage and repair processes each patient has been through.
In a significant milestone, more than 100 children with cancer from across the East of England have had their tumours tested by whole genome sequencing (WGS), and interpreted by scientists in the NHS Genomic Medicine Service at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH), to help confirm their diagnosis and improve outcomes.
Brain tumour patients at Addenbrooke’s Hospital are the first in the UK to benefit from personalised treatment using the latest advances in genomics and targeted therapies through the Minderoo Precision Brain Tumour Programme (MPBTP).
A team of nutritional scientists led by an Addenbrooke’s oncologist has developed a capsule that harnesses the properties of natural ingredients to enhance recovery of patients with long Covid.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) is one of five NHS sites to run the UK’s first clinical trial to investigate a potential new anticonvulsant treatment for schizophrenia.
An interventional neuro-radiologist from Addenbrooke’s Hospital and his patient will feature in the final episode of a ground-breaking TV documentary.
Developing a vaccine against a virus that is the leading infectious cause of deafness and intellectual disability in children is critical. Until then, raising public awareness and routine screening of newborns is vital to prevent potentially devastating complications of infection.
An Addenbrooke’s oncologist and her patient will feature in the latest episode of a ground-breaking documentary at 8pm, Wednesday 23 March.
A consultant who was awarded a British Empire Medal for his services to the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic is raising awareness of a lesser-known virus.
Neurosurgery experts from Cambridge have led the largest ever study examining the surgical management of traumatic brain injuries, highlighting regional inequalities in major causes and treatment of injuries.
Professor Ian Jacobs has been appointed as a non-executive director of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH), which runs Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie hospitals.
Research with Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) has found that inflammation may influence cognitive problems for people with depression, highlighting a new target to improve treatment.
CPFT staff worked with experts by experience to explore the factors for psychiatric admissions before and after the pandemic, publishing their study in an international journal.
A game-changing application of artificial intelligence (AI) is set to help doctors make earlier diagnoses of mental health problems in children and potentially change the course of their lives.