Dr. Sam Hookway, studying for an MPhil in Medical Science (Surgery), was no.6 in the winning crew for last weekend’s Boat Race. photos: AllMarkOne
From Steel to stem cells: the future of orthopaedic surgery. A few photos of a very busy day explaining osteoarthritis through models, surgical procedures, research and children’s activities (venue: Cambridge Academy for Science & Technology).
Miss Sabrina Rossi has published, in European Urology Focus, the definitive view of experts on the research gaps which should be prioritised in kidney cancer. This work which was led by Mr Grant Stewart and supported by Kidney Cancer UK has illustrated that many of the current research topics of interest to the Cambridge Renal […]
Mr. Andrew Hotchen, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, was in the winning Men’s 1st Badminton Team. photo: Cambridge University Badminton Club
Wednesday 6th March 2019 09:30-16:00 This free “closed course” is designed for experienced knee surgeons. Course Director: Mr. Stephen McDonnell University Lecturer & Orthopaedic Surgeon, Addenbrooke’s Hospital</p? More details
The Royal College of Surgeons of England has awarded the Hunterian Professor Award to Dr Umar Sadat for his research in vascular surgery and imaging over the past 10 years. He will be presented with the medal later this year.
Kourosh Saeb-Parsy is featured in an article in Nature: Juggling research and family life: honest reflections from scientist dads “I don’t buy the idea that you have to sacrifice family life for your profession. Historically, that might have been the case, but times are changing, and I tell my students that you have to aim […]
Full Programme: Looking Back, Looking Forwards On 16 – 17 July 2018, the Department of Surgery hosted a meeting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of liver transplantation, pioneered in May 1968 by the Professor of Surgery at the time in Cambridge, Sir Roy Calne FRS. Day 1 presentations (Vimeo) Liver tolerance and the start […]
Mr Grant Stewart, University Lecturer in Department of Surgery, and Professor Russell Cowburn FRS, Professor of Experimental Physics, have been successful in their application to the Rosetrees Trust Interdisciplinary Prize 2018 for their project entitled “Screening at Point-of-care for Early Assessment of Renal cell cancer (SPEAR)”. The joint project aims to develop a non-invasive, urine-based diagnostic […]