Funded PhD opportunity June 2nd 2016
Applications are invited for a 3-year fully-funded PhD Studentship starting October 2015. 
Applicants should have a strong background in a relevant scientific discipline. They should have a commitment to reproductive science research and hold or realistically expect to obtain at least an Upper Second Class Honours Degree in a relevant subject. 

  • Find out more: The role of sperm DNA in early miscarriage

NIHR TV March 4th 2016

Dr Jackson Kirkman-Brown explains how the Health Education England/National Institute for Health Research Senior Clinical Lectureship has allowed him to stay clinically active whilst having the opportunity to lead on research that has a significant impact on those struggling to start a family.

Being a Healthcare Scientist and a Researcher: Jacksons's story

Fathers Day Blog July 19th, 2015

Dr Jackson Kirkman Brown was invited to write a piece for the University of Birmingham blog for Father's Day, you can read the blog post here;

In the Press September 28th, 2015
Our work with injured servicemen was featured in the Mail on Sunday and The Sunday Mirror this weekend, read the articles here;