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Immunology is at the forefront of medical research – and we are among the leaders of this exciting, fast-evolving field. With one of the greatest concentrations of scientists and doctors in the world, we are also at the cutting edge of immunotherapy – treatment that uses certain parts of a person’s immune system to fight diseases.
Creating the right treatment for the right patient
Researchers identify possible pathway
Department of Health awards Birmingham £12m to help advance research into inflammatory diseases
The causes of liver disease and diabetes aren't always what you think
Research Shorts: The immune system and health
Liver disease and liver research: What does the future offer?
Research Shorts: How our immune system works
Professor Paul Moss: Birmingham Heroes
Posted 03 November 2016
A new clinical trial is looking at the feasibility of using 'discarded' livers to tackle the shortage of liver donors, and help decrease waiting times for patients on the transplant register.
Posted 11 October 2016
Trial of device to quickly identify critically ill patients
First patient treated on ground-breaking liver cancer trial
Funding received to examine if all vaccinations are better given in the morning
Posted 14 September 2016
The Department of Health has today awarded Birmingham £12m to help advance research into inflammatory diseases.
Posted 31 August 2016
New research has shown how a cell surface molecule, Lymphotoxin β receptor, controls entry of T-cells into the thymus; and as such presents an opportunity to understanding why cancer patients who undergo bone-marrow transplant are slow to recover their immune system.
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