Turning possibilities into better healthcare

Our Role

The challenges of the future are best met working in partnership.

We are an Academic Health Science Centre with a mission to improve patient healthcare by bringing together the NHS, industry and academia.

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Connecting

Collaboration makes things happen and can changes lives.

This is why we strive to bring people together through events, education and via LinkedIn.

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Information

The building blocks of our organisation.

Find out the latest news, learn from our case studies and understand our past via our annual reports and blogs.

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Connecting People and Ideas

Cambridge awarded £40m to create world-leading health care improvement research institute

Cambridge awarded £40m to create world-leading health care improvement research institute

The University of Cambridge is to receive £40 million over ten years from the Health Foundation, an independent charity, to establish and...

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CUH rating improved to ‘good’

CUH rating improved to ‘good’

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) today announced that they are changing the rating for Cambridge University Hospitals from ‘inadequate’...

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Big Data in Medicine: Tools, Transformation and Translation

Big Data in Medicine: Tools, Transformation and Translation

Bringing together researchers in life science and medicine with mathematicians, statisticians, computer scientists, engineers and others

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Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum

Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum

Open to all scientists researching new therapeutics in Cambridge and the local area.

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CRUK International Symposium on Oesophageal Cancer 2017

CRUK International Symposium on Oesophageal Cancer 2017

With worldwide incidence growing, oesophageal cancer is becoming a serious international health problem to which there are few solutions.

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Body of work: the silent teacher helping students learn anatomy

Body of work: the silent teacher helping students learn anatomy

For over 450 years, students have been studying anatomy at Cambridge through whole body dissection. But students find that they learn far...

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