ACRC under construction October 2016
Coming soon – the Evelyn Trust Research Endoscopy Suite
The Evelyn Trust will donate £1 million to fund the Evelyn Trust Research Endoscopy Suite located in the Addenbrooke’s Clinical Research Centre expansion.
Funding the next generation of medical researchers
Dr Peter Bailey is a Respiratory Registrar at Papworth Hospital and is a current Evelyn Trust Fellow. Peter is part way through his training in respiratory medicine, but has been drawn to an academic career.
A personal view from retiring Trustee: Julian Agnew
Julian reflects on the years well spent on the Board of the Trust since the sale of the Evelyn Hospital 13 years ago, the satisfaction of achievement and the local challenges still to be tackled.
Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital opens on the former Evelyn Hospital site
In September, trustee Amy Agnew attended the opening of the elegant new Nuffield Health hospital in Trumpington Road, Cambridge, on the site of the original Evelyn nursing home.
Revealing hidden consciousness
When a patient is in a vegetative state after a serious injury or heart attack, it’s extremely difficult for clinicians to decide on a long-term prognosis. Which patients will wake up? When will they wake up?
Investigating cell types for osteoarthritis treatments
Osteoarthritis affects over 8 million people in the UK alone and around 250 million people worldwide have osteoarthritis in a knee joint – one of the most common conditions.
Improving methods to test kidney transplant compatibility
The Evelyn Trust has funded an award-winning researcher to look at ways in which we can improve the allocation of donated kidneys for transplantation.
Gut bacteria plays key role in recovery from critical illness
When a child becomes critically ill, or is seriously injured, clinicians fighting to save their life will often prescribe strong medication that is absolutely vital, but this can have serious side effects.
‘Invisible impairments’ revealed in stroke survivors
It’s well known that some stroke survivors can suffer long-term physical impairment, but many of the 25,000 survivors recover and return to work with no obvious physical problems.