Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Birmingham Policy Commission VI: The Security Impact of Drones

The sixth Birmingham Policy Commission examined the security implications for the British Government of drone technology, both civil and military. The Commission brought together leading academics from the ICCS at the University of Birmingham, with NGO experts and distinguished former public servants. It was chaired by Sir David Omand, former UK Security and Intelligence Coordinator and a former Permanent Secretary of the Home Office and Director of GCHQ. The Report was launched at the Royal United Services Institute on 22nd October 2014.

Birmingham Rheumatology Research Patient Partnership (R2P2)

We believe that patients should have a say in research that is potentially for their benefit. The Birmingham Rheumatology Research Patient Partnership (R2P2) is a group of patients who support research studies at the University of Birmingham, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.

Birmingham Surgical Trials Consortium (BiSTC)

Birmingham Surgical Trials Consortium aims to improve surgical patient outcomes by delivering superior surgical clinical trials.

Birmingham University Stem Cell Centre

In the last decade the discipline of stem cell science has expanded at a phenomenal rate and has captivated the attention not only of the research community but also the general population. This excitement has arisen because a variety of distinct stem cells offer the very real prospect of novel or improved therapies across many areas of medicine.

BiSTC Directors

Further information about the BiSTC directors.

BiSTC Trials

A list of the current Birmingham Surgical Trials Consortium Trials. Hyperlinks to the specific trial websites which contain further information about each study and who to contact.

Breast cancer cell biology

Information about the Breast Cancer Cell Biology research group in the School of cancer Sciences at the University of Birmingham.

British Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (BCCSS)

The British Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (BCCSS) is the first national population-based study of survivors of childhood cancer to be undertaken in Britain which assesses a wide spectrum of possible adverse health outcomes of childhood cancer and its treatment. It is based on an underlying cohort of 17981 individuals who were diagnosed with childhood cancer between 1940 and 1991 in Britain and survived at least 5 years.
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