Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Early career support

Description
Information on postdoctoral and early career support for medical researchers in the University of Birmingham.

Eating Behaviour Research Unit

Description
Research in the Eating Behaviour group at the Eating Behaviour Research Unit (EBRU) combines expertise from several scientific disciplines including Psychology, Human Nutrition, Dietetics, Biological Sciences, Neuroscience and Experimental Medicine.

EBV persistence and lymphomagenesis

Description
Group page for the Epstein-Barr virus persistence and lymphomagenesis group, led by Professor Martin Rowe, at the University of Birmingham.

ECUSTEC

Description
ECUSTEC is a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial run by University of Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit.

eGFR-C

Description
eGFR-C is a national multicentre prospective longitudinal study investigating the accuracy of different methods of glomerular filtration rate (GFR) estimation run by University of Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit.

ELaTION trial

Description
ElaTION is a trial in the Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit

Electrical Power and Control Systems Group

Description
Electrical Power and Control Systems research group, School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Birmingham

Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering Research

Description
Research in Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Birmingham

ELSIPS - Evaluation of Lay Support in Pregnant Women with Social Risk

Description
ELSIPS has been has set up to evaluate the effectiveness of the Pregnancy Outreach Worker (POW) service based in HoB, South and BEN PCTs. POWs are support workers who work alongside the midwife and provide individual case management, including home visiting for women with social need. They are intended to maximise engagement with services and to improve women's self efficacy and provide social support for issues such as housing, benefit, and domestic violence and are intended to support existing care pathways
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