Applied Health Research Teams

The Bradford Institute for Health Research, Research Management and Support Team
The Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research (ASR) is a leading health and social care research centre with a reputation for addressing key questions relevant to ageing and stroke.
The ActEarly City Collaboratory focuses on early life changes to improve health and opportunities for children.
Born in Bradford is an internationally-recognised research programme which aims to find out what keeps families healthy and happy.
Connected Bradford: whole-system, lifecourse data to promote good health and wellbeing.
The Improvement Academy was established in 2013 as part of the Bradford Institute for Health Research to support innovation and improvement in delivery of health care services.
The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Yorkshire & Humber (YH ARC) is hosted at Bradford Institute for Health Research, and delivered through a partnership of NHS organisations, Local Authorities, universities, third sector organisations and industry.
The Patient Recruitment Centre (PRC) Bradford was established in 2019, dedicated to setting up and delivering late phase commercial clinical trials ins the NHS at pace and scale.
The vision of the NIHR Patient Safety Research Collaboration Y&H is to co-produce, implement and evaluate innovative solutions to make care safer for patients and their families.
The Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research, to be established at Bradford Royal Infirmary, brings together researchers from the Universities of Leeds and Bradford with clinicians from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.