Birmingham Biomedical Research Centre

University Hospitals Birmingham becomes part of the National NIHR BioResource network

QEHB’s Centre for Rare Diseases has this week become part of the NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) BioResource network.

Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement BHBN Radio Interview

Dr Margaret O’Hara and Laura Chapman talk about Public and Patient Involvement and Engagement in research on BHBN Hospital Radio

Providing hope for people with Arthritis

  Over 400,000 people in the UK have rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with important consequences for individuals, health services and society.

Ground-breaking study tests whether rejected livers can be made viable for transplantation

A ground-breaking study is underway at the University of Birmingham and Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham to establish if livers that

International Perspectives on Evaluation of PPI in Research

This conference will provide an international platform to critically explore and reflect on the issue of evaluation of patient and

Research Changes Lives

Find out about clinical research taking place in your area at this upcoming free public event, organised by the NIHR

Symposium on Mechanisms of Inflammation

A one day conference focused on inflammation across areas of human diseases and infection, organized by the Wellcome Trust-funded student

PROMS 2018

Following the success of last PROMs Research Conference held at St Anne’s College, Oxford we are delighted to announce the

Liver Disease and Liver Research: What Does the Future Offer?

An insight into research being undertaken by the National Institute for Health Research Birmingham Liver Biomedical Research Unit at the University of Birmingham and Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

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