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The University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine aims to provide leadership in education, discovery and healthcare. The School will achieve this through: inspirational teaching and training, outstanding basic and clinical research and integration of these to improve medical practice for both individual patients and the population.

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  • Characterisation of T cell responses to proteins expressed during Human Cytomegalovirus latency 

    Sedikides, George (2019-07-19)
    Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is a betaherpesvirus that establishes a lifelong infection in hosts. In the majority of cases, the immune response to primary HCMV infection limits viral replication and dissemination, such ...
  • Gene therapy for axon regeneration 

    Nieuwenhuis, Bart (2019-10-26)
    Injury to the brain and spinal cord has devastating consequences because adult neurons in the central nervous system (CNS) do not regenerate. Traumatic CNS injuries are a significant clinical problem and have life-changing ...
  • Investigating the antibody-independent functions of B lymphocytes 

    Inaba, Akimichi (2019-07-01)
    B cells are critical for the generation of antibody, but there is increasing evidence that they have a broader functional remit: For example, innate B1a cells are a critical source of granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating ...
  • Monitoring trace levels of ctDNA using integration of variant reads 

    Wan, Jonathan Chee Ming (2019-10-01)
    In patients with early-stage cancer, ctDNA detection rates can be low due to the presence of few or no copies of any individual mutation in each sample. Sensitivity may be increased by collecting larger plasma volumes, but ...

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