The National Institute for Health Research Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre (NIHR SRMRC) is a national centre for trauma research, taking discoveries from the military frontline to improve outcomes for all patients in the UK.

It brings together pioneering advances in surgery and infection by both military and civilian scientists as well as clinicians to deliver excellence in innovation in a complex area of acute care.

Launched in 2011, the centre shares its knowledge gained from treating seriously injured military and civilian patients, with the wider NHS. Based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB), the centre harnesses expertise from the Ministry of Defence (MoD), University of Birmingham (UoB), and QEHB and has been funded over five years with a total of £15 million investment (£5 million QEHB and UoB; £5 million MoD; £5 million NIHR).

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    Microbiology Workshop

    04 June 2014

      Novel Strategies for the Prevention and Treatment of Hospital Infections Workshop Wednesday 4 June 2014 13:00 – 16:15 Lecture Theatre 2, Education Centre Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham The aim of this workshop is provide…

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  • Royal opening of world class burns research centre

    21 October 2014

    HRH The Countess of Wessex GCVO officially opened The Healing Foundation Centre for Burns Research based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham today, Tuesday 21 October. Her Royal Highness, who is actively involved with the…

  • SRMRC Team Members Nominated for Best in Care Award

    16 October 2014

    Colin Bergin and Arlo Whitehouse have been nominated for a Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Best in Care Award in the Brighter Futures category. The pair were involved in organising and managing the International Surgical Outcomes…