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From basic science to clinical trials, we cover every aspect of research into inflammation, the role it plays in human ageing and age-related inflammatory disease as well as the response to trauma. Our outstanding research has been recognised by the award of seven Centres of Excellence.
The UK population as a whole is living longer but not healthier, with over half of us are experiencing at least two diseases by the age of 65. However, researchers have discovered the power of physical activity in preventing age-related decline.
The University of Birmingham and Oxford have come together to accelerate discovery in rheumatology.
Women In Science
Osteoarthritis Research with Dr Simon Jones
Ageing research at Birmingham
Graduate stories: Lisa Hill
Posted 15 August 2018
Research led by the University has found that vapourised e-liquid fluid has a similar effect on the lungs and body to those seen in regular cigarette smokers and patients with chronic lung disease.
Posted 08 August 2018
Dr Barney Scholefield, a Clinician Scientist and Paediatric Intensivist from the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing has been working with leading academic researchers in the field of paediatric cardiac arrest, resuscitation and critical care trial at Boston Children's Hospital.
Posted 31 July 2018
The Neuroscience and Ophthalmology team, led by Professor Ann Logan, is an exciting representation of women in science bringing together colleagues from the Institutes of Inflammation and Ageing and Clinical Sciences.
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