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Tracy Dowling
Tracy Dowling to become new Chief Executive of CPFT

She will replace Aidan Thomas who is retiring after 35 years with the NHS 

24 May 2017
Ed Bullmore on the BBC
Anti-inflammatory drugs could offer hope for patients with depression

Scientists led by Professor Ed Bullmore, director of Research and Development at CPFT have found that drugs used to treat arthritis could help to treat people with depression.

22 May 2017
​Action on Brain Injury week highlights the need for expert support for survivors

The mother of a boy who received a serious head injury following a cycling accident has praised CPFT's Cambridge Centre for Paediatric Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (CCPNR) for helping her son Jordan to get back to school and live an independent life. 

19 May 2017
Phoebe Lake presentation
Phoebe takes top honours as she aims for NHS career

Thirteen year-old who scoops prestigious awards wants to become a psychiatrist

11 May 2017
Marmoset brain with Areas 25 and 32 highlighted
Marmoset brain with Areas 25 and 32 highlighted
Marmoset study provides clues to link between heart disease and mental health disorders

A team of Cambridge researchers have discovered that two key areas of the brain govern both our emotions and our heart activity.

10 May 2017
Manaan Kar Ray 3
CPFT clinician praises high-profile figures for helping to reduce mental health stigma

Likes of Prince Harry and Andrew Flintoff will inspire others - Dr Manaan Kar Ray

10 May 2017
Laura Bratt at Thomas Deacon Academy
CPFT offers support to help teenagers through exam pressure

Clinician offers advice to sixth-formers on how to manage stress levels 

09 May 2017
Dr James Clarke
Princes’ mental health comments will help others – CPFT clinician

Dr James Clarke from Trust's Psychological Wellbeing Service says more people will be encouraged to get help

18 April 2017
CPFT recruiting for largest UK study of mid-life risk factors for dementia

CPFT is recruiting people to take part in the largest UK study to identify factors in middle age that put a person at the greatest risk of developing dementia.

11 April 2017
Prof Simon Baron Cohen
Basic human rights of those with autism are 'not being met'

Professor Simon Baron-Cohen - who runs services at CPFT - tell the UN in New York more must be done

31 March 2017

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