Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing

Information on the University of Birmingham's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre's research into Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing. This theme encompasses three broad areas of research: a) intelligent manufacturing and systems, b) robotics and automation and c) Bio-inspired Computational Intelligence.

Autophagy in health and disease

Information on the Autophagy in health and disease research group, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Birmingham.

Background - In Quest of New Fingerprints of exposure to Air Toxics project - Environmental health sciences research

Introduction and background to the project titled 'In Quest of New Fingerprints of exposure to Air Toxics' in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Birmingham.

Background to the database

Background information on the Flow Database.

Bacterial & Viral Infections, Pathogenesis, Antibiotic Resistance & Vaccine Development

Globally, over 20% of deaths result from an infectious disease. Research in bacteriology and virology at the University of Birmingham brings together world leading strengths in basic and clinical Science to tackle global infections. Particular strengths exist in the study of antibiotic resistance, bacterial and viral pathogenesis and persistent virus infections; all major worldwide causes of morbidity and mortality.We host a group of prominent, internationally recognised researchers investigating key aspects of infection. We work with a range of bacterial and viral pathogens and study mechanisms of pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, pathogen transmission and drug resistance. Our fundamental science underpins the development and application of improved therapies to combat infection.Particular strengths exist in the study of persistent virus infections, the pathogenesis of Gram negative bacteria and antibiotic resistance where we have an international reputation for our work. Viral persistence and bacterial pathogenesis involve complex host-pathogen interactions to evade innate and adaptive immune responses. We work closely with cell biologists and immunologists to study these interactions. Antibiotic resistance is a global challenge and the topic of the 2011 WHO 'World Health Day', we study the mechanisms and transmission routes of antibiotic resistance as well as developing new approaches to treat antibiotic resistant bacteria.The study of bacterial and viral infection involves significant interdisciplinary collaborations across the University and with local NHS trusts, allowing recent developments of new research into vaccines, novel antimicrobials, and the application of whole genome sequencing to evolution and epidemiology projects.

Basil 2

BASIL-2 Home Page

Basil 3

BASIL-3 Home Page

BC2001 Trial

Index page for the BC2001 Trial page, Institute of Cancer Studies, University of Birmingham.

BCRG (Birmingham Cardio-Renal Group)

Information on the BCRG (Birmingham Cardio-Renal Group), School of Clinical and Experimental Medice, University of Birmingham.


A randomized phase IIb trial of BEvACizumab added to Temozolomide ± IrinOtecan for children with refractory/relapsed Neuroblastoma - BEACON Trial
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