The NIHR Leicester BRC is partnering with Monash University in Australia to undertake a multi-million dollar trial to evaluate an exercise rehabilitation model to help people with multiple chronic health conditions.Read More
High levels of two proteins at the time of COVID-19 have been found in patients who later experienced cognitive problems, including ‘brain fog’, giving a major clue as to one cause of their symptoms: blood clots.Read More
The survival chances of stroke patients suffering brain bleeding could be boosted thanks to new research funding from the University of Leicester and the NIHR Leicester BRC.
The Stroke Association has awarded a five year Senior Clinical Lectureship for Medical Professionals to the NIHR Leicester BRC’s Dr Jatinder Minhas, Clinical Associate Professor of Stroke Medicine at the University of Leicester.Read More
A blog by Professor Laura Gray, Co-Lead for the NIHR Leicester BRC’s Data Innovation for Multiple Long-Term Health Conditions and Ethnic Health theme.
Last year I applied for an NIHR Research Professor Award (spoiler – I didn’t get it!), but this did lead to a whole new programme of research looking at how to do impactful Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) to inform statistical methodology research.Read More
A major UK study co-led by researchers from the NIHR Leicester BRC, has discovered that the disturbed sleep patterns in patients hospitalised with COVID-19 was likely to be a driver of breathlessness.Read More
Join us for a celebratory scientific symposium featuring highlights from the last 10 years.
Presentations will showcase our research into health conditions between 2013 and 2023, and look ahead to future studies.
Wednesday 6 September 2023, from 8.45 am, Sir Bob Burgess Building, University of Leicester