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The College of Medical and Dental Sciences, brings together outstanding healthcare-related research and education. Follow us for news and events.
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The findings of the have been released in , showing that treatment can prevent in women with early bleeding and a history of one or more previous pregnancy losses
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Head and neck tends to be something of a forgetten area. Our team are changing this through important, impactful research, as Professor Hisham Mehanna explains:
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Work by our has made it onto the Nation’s Lifesavers list, which shows how researchers, scientists and campaigners are saving lives, keeping us healthy and making a life-changing difference to our health and wellbeing
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Thank you for your invaluable support, Chas! 🏍️
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Congratulations to Rebecca Drummond of and Caroline Gorvin of who have both been awarded Springboard Awards
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This it’s important that everyone, regardless of their age, takes care of their . Our research has found that just 3% of children visit the dentist before their first birthday, which shows a "lack of understanding" about oral health
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College of MDS May 20
Interested in a career in ? Our new Masters programme will provide you with an excellent foundation, covering the theoretical and practical aspects of the design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of clinical trials
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College of MDS May 20
Our and have carried out clinical trials that have tackled a wide range of medical issues. The results of these clinical trials have challenged current treatments in medicine, led to better patient health and have also influenced policy
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College of MDS May 20
At the Research Showcase at on Friday we spoke to Sukhi from the Hands, Plastics & Peripheral Nerve Research Network and asked: "Why do you think research is important?"
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College of MDS May 20
The National Lung Matrix Trial – run by – is ground-breaking work that looks at individual gene mutations in lung cancer patients to determine the most suitable treatment
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College of MDS May 20
Why is research important? On , Kathryn from explains how through research we're developing new therapies, which could replace modern medicine.
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CRCTU May 20
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College of MDS May 20
For over 40 years, at have driven forward translational research. From running the UK’s paediatric cancer trials unit to delivering diagnostic test evaluation studies, few European trials units can match our size or our capabilities
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College of MDS May 20
Working with Air Ambulances, the is investigating whether giving blood products (red blood cells and freeze-dried plasma) to badly injured adult patients before reaching hospital improves their clinical condition
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CRCTU May 20
Celebrating our patients who take part in our trials and work in collaboration with us to make our trials relevant and impactful 👏🏻Thank you 💕
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College of MDS May 20
Medical research studies involving people are called – a new treatment or procedure must be tested to ensure it is safe, effective and better than the standard treatment before it comes into practice
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College of MDS May 20
Today is there are two units based at ? Our is led by and our is led by . Collectively they have a team of over 300 and have over 170 active trials.
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UniBirmingham News May 17
Dr Andrew Beggs () in talks to about calls for screening to be introduced earlier amid rise in cases in under 50s    ?
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College of MDS May 17
This is the first time has offered the MB-PhD training route, offering students the option to study for a medical degree alongside building their research expertise through a PhD (2/2)
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College of MDS May 17
New funding will cover annually two Clinical Research Training Fellowships for the next five years and two MB-PhDs from 2020 for four years, helping to bridge the gap between clinical practice and research (1/2)
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