The University’s Edgbaston campus is set in 250 acres and has all the facilities of a busy town. Lawns, mature trees and walkways contribute to the peaceful atmosphere and make the campus a wonderful spot for picnics and walking.
Edgbaston campus map
For general CRCTU enquires please contact:
Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit (CRCTU)
School of Cancer Sciences
University of Birmingham
Birmingham B15 2TT
Tel: 0121 414 8040
Fax: 0121 414 7471
How to find us...
The main offices of the CRCTU are located in the Robert Aitken Institute in the School of Cancer Sciences, College of Medical and Dental Sciences. The refurbishment of the Robert Aitken Institute benefited from a £1.8M investment by Advantage West Midlands, which is part of Birmingham Science City and from a donation of £120K from Children with Leukaemia. The CRCTU also has offices in the Centre for Clinical Haematology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and at Birmingham City Hospital.
Finding the University
Instructions on how to find the University of Birmingham can be found at http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/contact/directions/edgbaston-directions.aspx
Finding the Robert Aitken Building
The Robert Aitken Institute building is located on the Edgbaston Campus of the University, building B4 on the Edgbaston Campus Map.
Finding the CRCTU
The CRCTU Reception is located on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital drive (Mindelsohn Way). Visitors are advised to approach from Vincent Drive and walk up the hospital drive. The Reception is located on the left approximately 100m from the road.
Visitors are advised to park on the Pritchard’s Road Car Park. A Visitor’s Pass will be required and can be obtained from the CRCTU. Parking costs £1.
Finding the CRCTU Haematology Office
The CRCTU Haematology Office is located in the Centre for Clinical Haematology which is housed within the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Trust Headquarters building located on Mindelsohn Way (off Metchley Park Road) see http://www.uhb.nhs.uk/Downloads/pdf/MapAllSites.pdf
Finding the CRCTU City Office
The CRCTU City office is located in the Old Clinical Investigations Building at City Hospital, Birmingham. Visitors are advised to make their way to the Birmingham Treatment Centre reception and contact the team. Instructions on how to find Birmingham City Hospital can be found at http://www.swbh.nhs.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=31&Itemid=65