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ARC Yorkshire & Humber is pleased to share the NIHR and DHSC has confirmed that YH ARC has received an 18-month costed extension, until the end of March 2026.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded a major new research grant to help improve population health and reduce inequalities.
The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Patient Recruitment Centre (PRC) at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has successfully recruited the first participants in Europe for two new clinical trials investigating innovative potential treatments for respiratory conditions.
Professor Phillip Helliwell, Rheumatology Consultant at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and a Senior Lecturer in Immunology, has been nominated for the Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Healthcare award in the 2024 ‘Our Health Heroes’ awards.
Researchers from Born in Bradford (BiB), based at the Bradford Institute for Health Research, are part of a team that have been awarded the Academics Stand Against Poverty Book.
This month, the Ageing and Stroke Research (ASR) unit, at the Bradford Institute for Health Research, celebrates 36 years of commitment, innovation, and perseverance in conducting world-class research to improve the health and care of older people and survivors of stroke.
Born in Bradford’s exciting new research project ‘Age of Wonder’ has completed a successful first year of data collection with 15 Bradford secondary schools, surveying more than 5,000 young people across the city.
The NIHR has funded a new Research Support Service Public Health Specialist Centre (PHSC) comprising of two Hubs hosted by the Universities of Newcastle and Southampton.