Alumni news and events
From new research discoveries to the fascinating lives of our former students, there's always something interesting going on at Birmingham.
You can read the latest stories from the Alumni Office below, search our entire news archive or join our online alumni community, your.bham now. And if you want to update us on what you've been up to or catch up with old friends, check out our Class notes.
You can also view the latest edition of Old Joe online - the official magazine for Birmingham's alumni and friends, featuring exclusive videos, photo galleries and competitions. Previous editions are also available to read.
Reshuffles are about policy, personnel and politics, and the PM is under siege in all three areas, says politics expert Dr Matt Cole.
The IMPROVE clinical trial is testing whether vaccine timing cna help clinically vulnerable people build antibodies
The University of Birmingham is part of a new consortium that will deliver the €7 million, Horizon Europe, THUMBS UP project.
Following a successful programme of concerts in December, University Music are delighted to share some highlights for the upcoming months.
A model organism used in laboratories for the past 100 years has evolved so extensively that it may no longer be fit for purpose.
Children and adolescents living in poverty are more likely to struggle with behavioural and mental health problems - what can be done to support them?
Fascinating new research reveals that the human brain prepares skilled movements by ‘zipping and unzipping’ information
The University of Birmingham celebrated Chinese New Year with a ‘magical’ evening of music
Dr James Levine has been named one of the new UK Treescapes fellows - looking to answer some key questions surrounding Treescape Expansion in the UK.
Have lessons been learned in the decade since the Francis Report explored major failures of care at Stafford Hospital that led to unnecessary patient deaths.
The average lunch ‘meal deal’ offered in shops across the UK exceeds government recommendations for calorie content by 10%, a new study reveals.
This month’s Research Spotlight is on Georgia Antonopoulou and her work in international commercial dispute resolution