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The EMBAs teaching the art of life or death decision making

Leading on the Frontline founders and Cambridge Judge Business School graduates tell of the trials and successes of setting up a new venture while undertaking their degree and working full-time. The word 'frontline' has never been more prominent. Throughout the…

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Venturing forth: Qureight – integrating data with AI to solve complex diseases

Qureight, a clinical data analytics company supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, just raised £1.5m in seed funding. Qureight, a clinical data analytics firm supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, had its origins in a…

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Venturing forth: Qureight – integrating data with AI to solve complex diseases.

Jobs in consulting, sustainability, healthcare and finance – career growth for our most recent graduates

As we publish the Cambridge MBA 2022 Employment Report, we explore the career outcomes for some of our most recent MBA graduates. A passion for healthcare Shane Xiahou (MBA 2020), from China, started his career at Dell Technologies in the…

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Award winner

Pockit Diagnostics, a startup on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, receives nearly £100,000 from SBRI award. Pockit Diagnostics, a startup supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, received nearly £100,000 from the SBRI Healthcare Award to develop…

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A woman helping another person check their blood sugar level at home.

Venturing forth: bit.bio – reprogramming stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells

Biotech firm bit.bio, which was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, reprograms stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells. Mark Kotter Mark Kotter, a University of Cambridge stem cell biologist and neurosurgeon who founded biotech…

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It is now possible to turn stem cells into pure cultures of brain cells, muscle cells, etc., within days.

Lebanese health

Lebanon's health services should be given far greater priority in economic recovery policies by donor governments, says new report co-authored at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business School. A new report co-authored by researchers from the Centre…

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Forbes: How ready are companies for the post-pandemic world?

An article looking at how organisations are getting ready for post-Covid world cites two papers co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. A report launched by the World Economic Forum, co-authored by Cambridge Judge PhD student Ariel de Fauconberg, outlines how…

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Shared mission

The UK's rapid production of ventilators to fight COVID-19 holds key lessons for tackling grand societal challenges like poverty and climate change, says a new study co-authored by Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge. Professor Peter Williamson The success of Britain's…

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A hospital ventilator.

Gaza health care

Improve information flows and build cooperation between stakeholders in the health sector in Gaza to address continuing humanitarian needs, says report from the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge. Dr Mona Jebril A new report on health care in…

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The Eid al-Adha morning prayer in Gaza City, 20 July 2021.

Cambridge News: Cambridge University graduate’s endometriosis diagnosis inspired her to develop reproductive testing kit

Cambridge University graduate Dr Golnoush Golshirazi co-founded ScreenMe that offers home reproductive health testing kit. There is also an app aiming to make the process more understandable. ScreenMe startup was previously on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s…

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