University of Birmingham experts are leading a new initiative to help save the lives of thousands of women giving birth by c-section in developing nations.
A non-invasive imaging technique has shown potential in helping surgeons plan epilepsy operations.
A world-leading global surgical research team led by the University of Birmingham has received £7 million to continue life-saving work in developing countries.
A UK research study looking into a new approach to treat primary sclerosing cholangitis, a rare disease where the body's immune attacks its own liver.
Dr Caroline Gorvin has been awarded the distinguished Sir Henry Dale Fellowship worth nearly £1 million to better understand how food intake is regulated.
A new study shows that people living with HIV have a 63% higher risk of developing any mental health condition in comparison to people without HIV.
Certain blood cancer and arthritis patients have a significantly reduced antibody response to double COVID-19 vaccination in the first six months of being treated with a widely used drug, reveals a new study.
Patients with primary and secondary immunodeficiency are at higher risk of mortality following SARS-CoV-2 infection compared with the general population, according to a new study led by the University of Birmingham.
New research says lack of trust in public sector officials has played a key role in low uptake of COVID-19 vaccinations among groups termed 'high risk'.
Dr Kanta Kumar together with rheumatology teams across the UK has played a key role in the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership report.
Young men exposed to parasitic roundworm may be at increased risk of developing asthma and serious lung damage, a new study reveals.
Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Professor of GP Education at the University of Birmingham, has been awarded a Damehood in the 2022 New Year Honours.