Haematology

Haematology

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The University of Cambridge Department of Haematology provides education and carrying out research into medical aspects of haemotology including: haematopoiesis and leukaemia, transfusion medicine, and structural medicine and thrombosis.

We aim to deliver the best possible treatments for patients, provide a world class centre of excellence for laboratory and clinical research and an education programme producing forefront haematological clinicians and research scientists.

The support we receive from various UK Government Research Councils, the National Institute for Health Research, the National Institutes of Health, local, national and international charities and bequests all help us toward these aims (including research into leukaemia and other blood cancers).

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Established as a charity in 1920, the Evelyn Trust makes grants to support medical research and health and wellbeing projects in Cambridgeshire. The Trust is particularly interested in research projects that have the potential to deliver transformational change, such as demonstration or pilot projects.