Scientists have been given almost £4m to improve understanding of multi-morbidity in hospital patients.
New research led by the University of Birmingham has revealed for the first time the extent to which frailty increases the risk of mortality in COVID-19 patients.
ClinHacks, a medical-themed hackathon will be held virtually on March 13-14, 2021, bringing together over 200 innovators from all over the world with the common goal of creating solutions to a clinical problem.
New partnership announced between the University of Birmingham and med-tech company Aparito to co-develop digital platforms to assess patient quality of life and symptoms in clinical trials and routine NHS care.
Professor John Terry, Director of the Centre for Systems Modelling and Quantitative Biomedicine, has been awarded a prestigious Established Career Fellowship.
Scientists have discovered how 'weak' cells bond with their more mature cellular counterparts to boost the body's insulin production.
A clinical trial has shown that digoxin has the same effect on physical wellbeing as beta-blockers when treating patients with permanent atrial fibrillation.
Professor Pam Kearns, Director of the Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences, writes an opinion piece on how COVID-19 has replaced cancer as 'the big C'.
Dr Christopher O'Shea from at the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences has been awarded a prestigious Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust.
The University of Birmingham and two centres have been chosen to deliver high impact training courses as part of the Advanced Therapies Skills Training Network.
Patients' chances of survival after cancer surgery is strongly linked with the standard of post-operation hospital care, a major international study suggests.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts has been awarded £40,000 from the Art Fund's Respond & Reimagine scheme for a major health and wellbeing initiative for 2021.