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Cambridge Institute for Medical Research


CIMR researcher receives recognition for influential publication output

20 November 2019

Professor David Rubinsztein FRS has recently been highlighted by the Web of Science Group as a 2019 ‘Highly Cited Researcher’ for his research on mechanisms of autophagy and neurodegeneration. This reflects analysis by Web of Science of Prof. Rubinsztein’s research publications in the years 2008 – 2018, many of which rank...

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Prestigious award for CIMR PhD student

8 November 2019

Congratulations to Alexandra Davies, a former CIMR PhD Student who has been awarded the 2018-2019 Milo Keynes Prize for Outstanding Dissertation by the Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine Degree Committee. The prize is named in honour of Dr Milo Keynes, a clinician and author who had links to Cambridge during his...

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Another step forward for CIMR research into blood clotting disorders

21 October 2019

The goal of CIMR is to understand the cellular mechanisms of disease in order to improve human health. Translating laboratory discoveries to new treatments is a challenging process with many complex steps. One outstanding example of navigating that path comes from a collaboration on blood clotting disorders which combines...

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