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Dr Sarah Pontefract talks about how electronic patient records have proved invaluable during the Covid-19 pandemic
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04 August 2022
Professor Deirdre Kelly and Dr Zania Stamataki, Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy, provide insights into increases of unexplained paediatric hepatitis.
Six academics within the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing at the University of Birmingham have been promoted in the 2022 academic promotion round.
03 August 2022
Eight academics within the Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy at the University of Birmingham have been promoted in the 2022 academic promotion round.
01 August 2022
Dr Rahul Mahida, Respiratory Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham, has been awarded an MRC Clinician Scientist Fellowship totalling £1.3M.
29 July 2022
Dr Barney Scholefield, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist at Birmingham Children's Hospital, wins Chief Investigator of the Year
25 July 2022
Health records from 2.4m people in UK suggest that 61 symptoms part of wider Long Covid experience, and that certain key demographic groups more at risk
14 July 2022
Treatment for noncancerous growths around pituatary gland double risk of secondary tumours, much lower than previous research suggests
12 July 2022
Scientists from the University of Birmingham have shown that a brain-penetrating candidate drug can foster regeneration of damaged nerves after spinal trauma
The Dame Hilda Lloyd (DHL) Network was officially launched on the 9th June at the University of Birmingham.
07 July 2022
Hypertension is revealed as a major health problem for middle-income countries – leading to heart problems and death.
04 July 2022
A collection of genetic maps will enable scientists to better study key health conditions including cancers and heart disease.
28 June 2022
The researchers will undertake the project to improve the outcome for patients diagnosed with autoimmune conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis or psoriasis.