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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  • Donate to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Trauma Research Fund at www.qehb.org

LATEST EVENTS

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  • Dec08

    NIHR SRMRC Lecture

    08 December 2016

    Prof Andrew Baird (Dept of Surgery, University of California, San Diego) “A Uniquely-Human Response to Injury, Infection and Inflammation Defined by the Emergence of Uniquely-Human Genes During Human Evolution” Thursday 8th December 12:00 – 13:00…

  • Nov22

    Life Sciences in Six

    22 November 2016

    Tuesday 22nd November 10:00 – 11:30am Bramall Concert Hall, University of Birmingham (refreshments served from 9.30am) A swift way to learn more about the life-changing, life-saving, life sciences research taking place across the University of…

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  • SRMRC to help trial new nerve regeneration technique at QEHB

    08 December 2016

    An innovative new technique to repair the nerves of people who have suffered serious hand injuries is to be trialled on patients at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB). The CONNECT (COnduit Nerve approximation versus Neurorrhaphy…

  • New trial to examine use of pre-hospital blood products

    05 December 2016

    Birmingham-based researchers are conducting a ground-breaking new study to investigate the effectiveness of giving patients blood products immediately after a major injury or trauma – before they reach hospital. Currently when patients have been injured…