University of Birmingham
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham - The hub of the Centre is housed within new dedicated laboratory space in the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The Institute for Biomedical Research (IBR) - One of the main sites of research and training activity at the University of Birmingham. The IBR provides state-of-the-art technologies, such as Next Generation sequencing, MoFlo cell sorting, in vivo imaging and the National NMR Centre through its Technology Hub, which coordinates major technology platforms across the College of Medical & Dental Sciences (MDS).
Phenome Centre Birmingham - The £8M Phenome Centre Birmingham is a large metabolic phenotyping facility led by internationally-recognised metabolomics and clinical experts at the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with Birmingham Health Partners. The centre has been established as part of a UK Stratified Medicine initiative led by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to develop capacity and capability to perform large-scale metabolic phenotyping of the human population for stratified medicine. The centre will work towards improving healthy ageing and disease diagnosis and treatment to enhance patient outcome.
School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences (SportExR) - SportExR has 2200m2 of laboratory space housing state-of-the-art laboratories for human physiology research including Endurance and resistance exercise; Calorimetry and metabolic kitchen; Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry, Body composition (DEXA), Cardiovascular and respiratory function, Posture and gait analysis and electrophysiology.
Institute of Translational Medicine (ITM) - Birmingham Health Partners led the development of a new Institute of Translational Medicine (ITM). This is a new world-class clinical research facility which opened in 2015. This addition means the University of Birmingham has extensive infrastructure to enable the full circle of translational research, through the development of productive partnerships with key stakeholders.
The Inflammation Research Facility - The Inflammation Research Facility (IRF) is a satellite unit located in the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is based in the Centre for Translational Inflammation Research. This collaboration ensures access to a research facility dedicated to the study of the inflammatory process and related diseases. Specialties currently using the space include rheumatology, respiratory and neurology. The CRF nursing and support staff work closely with clinicians and scientists to deliver internationally competitive research and high-quality care to research participants.
The Health Research Bus - The Health Research Bus (HRB) is a mobile clinical research facility comprising a bespoke, high specification, medical trailer unit containing state-of-the-art clinical research equipment, fully equipped for studies in both adults and children.
Action Heart Activity Centre - Complementary facilities for validating exercise interventions in an NHS setting are provided by the Action Heart Activity Centre, which provides a comprehensive service, including exercise and lifestyle counselling for its patients. The centre now receives over 1000 referrals per annum, both patients and healthy individuals, and has developed an experienced multi-disciplinary team of health professionals to carry out its work.
The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM) - The RCDM is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, with defence personnel fully integrated with NHS staff to treat both military and civilian patients.