Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Nanoengineering and Surface Chemistry

The nanoengineering and surface chemistry group combine and apply tools and concepts from nanochemistry, supramolecular chemistry, biochemistry and micro- and nanolithography to create sophisticated model substrates for studies of cell behavior and bio- and nanomaterials with applications in medical imaging and catalysis.


Index page for the NEO-EXCEL trial at the Universiry of Birmingham.

Neuroendocrine Immune Networks in Ageing (NINA)

Neuroendocrine Immune Networks in Ageing (NINA). A research project in the School of Immunity and Infection, NINA will study how age-related changes to the Immune, Endocrine and Central Nervous Systems converge to give ill health in old age.

Neuronal Networks Research Group

Information on the Neuronal Networks Research Group lead by Professor Attila Sik, Section of Neurotrauma and Neurodegeneration, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, The University of Birmingham

Neuropsychiatry Research Group

Information on the Neuropsychiatry Research Group lead by Dr Andrea Cavanna, Section of Neurotrauma and Neurodegeneration, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, The University of Birmingham

Neuropsychology research - School of Psychology

Cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychological research is largely conducted in the Behavioural Brain Sciences (BBS) Centre at the University of Birmingham.

NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre is a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) research programme, funded to provide advanced notice to the Department of Health and NHS policy makers of key emerging health interventions that may require consideration of their clinical and cost impact on patients and health services.The research team provide information to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), the NIHR Health Technology Assessment and other research programmes, the UK National Screening Committee, and the National Commissioning Group for rare disorders. The Centre collaborates with many organisations with an interest in the future including horizon scanning organisations and networks in the rest of the UK, Europe and the world. The group also researches into the methods used and impact of early awareness and alert activities. The Centre has traditionally focused on individual new and emerging technologies, mostly drugs, medical devices or diagnostic tests. Future plans include development of web-based reviews centred on key patient groups where information from the Centre's individual technology activities will be presented alongside an overview of future developments for the patient group. The NIHR HSC's research outputs can be found at
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