University of Birmingham (UoB) will provide an in-kind contribution for the MIC clinical leads and support the crosscutting themes of PPI/E/P and Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs). The MIC will be co-located with UoB’s Health Technology Research Institute (HTRI), a new initiative whose establishment reflects the growth of collaboration between medicine, biological sciences and engineering on the Birmingham campus. UoB has two UKCRC registered clinical trials units that form the Birmingham Surgical Trials Consortium. The Diagnostics, Drugs, Devices and Biomarkers (D3B) trials team will provide expertise in early phase trials. UoB has invested £5m in a new Centre for Computational Biology, for data acquisition and cutting-edge bioinformatics. UoB also hosts the UK National Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology which will support sensor technology development and industry engagement.
University of Birmingham
Birmingham B15 2TT