Discovery could lead to new therapies for neurological disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis
Largest analysis of perinatal outcomes finds disparities in outcomes based on race and ethnicity in high and upper-middle income countries
Renewed National Institute for Health and Care Research Birmingham Biomedical Research Centre continue funds for developments around inflammatory diseases
National Institute for Health and Care Research will establish Patient Safety Research Collaboration based in the Midlands
People who experience frequent bad dreams in middle age are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia later in life, according to new research.
Professor Claudio Mauro has been awarded a British Heart Foundation Senior Research Fellowship towards research in immunometabolism in atherosclerosis.
Tests showed women with Idiopathic Intercranial Hypertension had a distinct metabolic profile, but weight loss programmes had positive effect on results
Shakila Thangaratinam, Professor of Maternal and Perinatal Health has been appointed as Research and Development Lead for Birmingham Women’s Hospital.
Exercise during pregnancy is not only safe, but also beneficial for mothers and babies.
Women around the world must access the best medical treatments that help to delay preterm births.
Treatment for noncancerous growths around pituatary gland double risk of secondary tumours, much lower than previous research suggests
The Dame Hilda Lloyd (DHL) Network was officially launched on the 9th June at the University of Birmingham.