Cambridge Fund for the Prevention of Disease (CAMPOD)

Registered Charity Number:
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Campod (CAMBRIDGE FUND FOR THE PREVENTION OF DISEASE) raises money to provide researchers at the University of Cambridge, Department of Pathology with vital high tech equipment.  Where possible, we target funds at researchers at an early stage in their work and for innovative work unlikely to have access to alternative funding.   The Department has a unique interdisciplinary approach.  Research groups focused on cancer, infection, immunity and cell injury collaborate to reach greater understanding of disease. Our successes include new treatments for leukaemia and multiple sclerosis and a vaccine to protect against the papillomavirus that causes cervical cancer. Our current research programme includes: Breast, ovary, cervix, bowel and brain cancer, leukaemia, lymphoma, degenerative brain diseases, infections (influenza, MRSA, toxoplasmosis, parasitic diseases of the developing world – schistosomiasis (bilharzia) and trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), diabetes, arthritis, coeliac disease, pre-eclampsia and bird-flu.  All donations are gratefully received.  For further information and on-line giving, visit our website.  Alternatively, telephone our office on the above number for a chat and the opportunity to arrange a visit.

Contact Us

Cambridge Fund for the Prevention of Disease (CAMPOD) Department of Pathology
Tennis Court Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB2 1QP

Phone: 01223 330291

Fax: 01223 333875

Email: campod@path.cam.ac.uk

52.201288145004, 0.12290537363277

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