Three NUH consultants are amongst the first in the country to be awarded national funding to carry out new research into dementia, Multiple Sclerosis and lung diseases.
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Researchers in Nottingham are part of a multi-million pound investment which will help to develop pioneering treatments and care for patients with asthma and COPD.
Three senior nurses from NUH have been selected as part of a national research programme to encourage more professionals and patients to get involved in clinical research.
Researchers in Nottingham are amongst the first in the UK to benefit from membership of a national Alliance set up to provide better access to health data to accelerate the development of new treatments, drugs and therapies.
Clinical research teams at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) are celebrating being the top performing hospital in the East Midlands and one of the most research-active in the country.
An innovative Nottingham research project to improve diagnosis of liver disease has won a prestigious national award this week after benefitting over 4,500 patients.
Nottingham will host the 15th annual UK Clinical Research Facilities Network conference this summer, bringing over 400 scientists, clinicians and researchers together to debate future developments in experimental medicine.
Joseph Manning a Charge Nurse from Nottingham’s Children’s Hospital at Queen’s Medical Centre has become the first children’s nurse in the country to be awarded a prestigious Clinical Lectureship Award.
Professor Guruprasad Aithal, Gastrointestinal and Liver Disorder theme lead for the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre, is one of the founding members of a new network looking at adverse liver reactions from medications. Whilst rare these reactions can result in patients experiencing serious consequences including life-threatening acute liver failure.
Gisli Jenkins, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine at Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) and Professor of Experimental Medicine at the University of Nottingham has been awarded a prestigious National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Research Professorship.