Alongside her work at the University, Professor Bailey will work with St Giles two days a week to support the Hospice to build an enhanced research profile.
Clinicians encouraged to correspond directly with patients about care
University of Birmingham researcher seeks to reduce the damage done by chemotherapy, making cancer treatment more tolerable for children.
BiMaTs will offer a range of services including developing protocols that are specific to the needs of individual clients
New guidance to support NHS staff has been published, informed by key evidence and data gathered by researchers.
New report on experiences of survivors accessing wellbeing support in England and Wales
The prevalence of dental cavities remains high, as a result of acids produced by some oral bacteria in dental plaque, as well as acids found in food and drink.
Professor Iain Chapple will work with Sigrid to identify and develop further applications for a technology that limits oral bacteria’s access to sugars
Renewed National Institute for Health and Care Research Birmingham Biomedical Research Centre continue funds for developments around inflammatory diseases
The relationship between oral health and overall health has been a focus for research for some time, explain Professors Iain Chapple and Tariq Iqbal.