Blogs from our researchers

Recognising Nottingham’s NHS research heroes

Last year almost 14,000 patients took part in over 600 research trials at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) and earlier this week the people behind those trials stepped into the spotlight, as the Trust’s Research & Innovation department celebrated their achievements.

Kebba is looking for answers to diabetes with pioneering PhD scheme

Despite the UK’s strong reputation as a provider of doctoral programmes, people from Black Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds often find themselves at a disadvantage compared to other groups, when it comes to access to these educational opportunities.

What Black History Month means to me

As part of Black History Month, today we share a blog from one of our colleagues Clinical Haematology. Salome Mwale is research nurse who shares her thoughts on Black History Month and her journey into research.

Listen to new research into treating emphysema

In the UK, about 1.3 million people are living with COPD - chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -  and there's no cure. 

Listen to the latest episode of The Clinical Research Podcast to find out how new research is helping to find new ways to treat emphysema, one of the types of COPD.

Going #Red4Research to support glaucoma research

June 18 is #Red4Research today. Set-up in 2020 to recognise the significant contribution of clinical research to COVID-19, this year everyone is being asked to wear something red for the day to show their support. Here is one patient's story of why she got involved in research.

Why red is an important colour for research at NUH

June 18 is #Red4Research Day. Show your support for clinical research by wearing something red, sharing something red or listening to our special edition #Red4Research podcast episode.

It would be great to have your support.

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