Latest updates on our COVID-19 research
- Using Medical Detection Dogs to identify COVID-19 infections
- Discovering how COVID-19 mught affect people with advanced lung cancer
- Clinical Director for Research & Innovation, Professor Stephen Ryder talks about restarting research alonsgide our COVID-19 studies
- The impoact of COVID-19 on people receiving palliative care
- New study aims to develop new model for COVID-19 nursing care
- COVID-19 and risks for new born babies
- Nottingham launches new platform for understanding the long-term impacts of COVID-19
- The impact of COVID-19 for people living with severe bowel diseases is now under investigation at NUH
- Research teams from NUH and the NIHR Nottingham Clinical Research Facility are supporting a national trial investigating the levels of COVID-19 infection in young people
- Researchers begin new research to understand the impact of COVID-19 on people with one of the most common forms of blood cancer
- How has COVID-19 affected you? Researchers are hoping to answer that question by inviting anyone over the age of 16 years to complete an online questionnaire about the psychological impacts of the lockdown
- Research Nurses at NUH explain how things have changed for them as a result of COVID-19
- Nottingham Children's Hospital pulls out the stops to enable children to take part in priority COVID-19 research trial
- NUH researchers join national study find out how COVID-19 may affect pregnant women and unborn babies
- Research Nurse Lucy Ryan explains why clinical research is so important during COVID-19 (contains video clip)
- Over 600 patients take part in international the ISARIC study for COVID-19. Intensive Care Consultant Dr Dan Harvey explains why this study is a priority for finding answers to the pandemic
- New study on the effects of COVID-19 for children with immune suppressed conditions
- Professor Stephen Ryder, Clinical Director of Research and Innovation thanks research staff at NUH at the end of the week when over 550 patients are recruited into trials
- Professor Guru Aithal, Gastro-Intestinal and Liver Research Theme Lead, advises patients with hypertension or diabetes on the risks of COVID-19
- COVID-19 research in Intensive Care
- Progress on our COVID-19 research, after the first 100 patients are recruited into clinical trials at NUH.
As a leading teaching hospital, clinical research is of vital importance to the development of better health and care for our patients, as well as to the development of the next generation of doctors, nurses and health professionals.
We are at the forefront of research into new treatments for COVID-19. Find out the latest information on our COVID-19 research pages.
Better for patients
We know that the outcomes for our patients are better in organisations which are active in clinical research. This means better care for patients who are participating in research trials as well as for all patients who are treated here.
NUH hosts hundreds of clinical research studies every year, including complex clinical trials. More than 300 doctors, nurses and health professionals are involved in clinical research, ensuring that the benefits of new treatments, drugs and therapies translate from the research laboratory directly into clinical practice.
Through research we will make a real and lasting difference to the quality of clinical care provided by NUH, building on existing strengths and exploiting new opportunities. We do this through partnerships which support research locally, nationally and internationally.
For more information
For general enquiries please email us or call us on 0115 924 9924 extension 80755.
Taking part in research
Industry and Contracts Team
We have a dedicated team that works with industry and who can support colleagues in NUH with all aspects of commercial research and commercial development.
Please email the team on: ResearchContracts@nuh.nhs.uk
T: 0115 924 9924 extension 80660
Expressions of interest
Please direct all expressions of interest to: CommercialResearch@nuh.nhs.uk
Governance and Quality
For ethics approvals, regulatory requirements and for quality assurance please email: ResearchSponsor@nuh.nhs.uk
Templates, protocols and all research documentation is published online.
Funding and grants
For advice on funding applications and grants, please contact our Funding Development Manager.