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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LATEST EVENTS

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  • Jun06

    Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

    06 June 2015

    Date: Saturday 06 June 2015 Time: All day Venue: Yorkshire Dales   The NIHR SRMRC are teaming up with staff from the Critical Care Unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birminhgam (QEHB) and QEHB Charity to raise money for…

  • May20

    Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Research Showcase

    20 May 2015

    Date: Wednesday 20th May 2015 Time: 10am-4pm Venue: Main Atrium, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2WB Experts at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham are giving the public a chance to see some of the latest developments…

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  • Robin May earns Royal Society award

    31 July 2015

    The Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of science, has announced the appointment of 19 new Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award holders, including Prof Robin May from the SRMRC. Jointly funded by the Wolfson…

  • True value of life-changing trauma research

    20 July 2015

      Luke Flavell can’t wait to get behind the wheel of a car. That’s not unusual, perhaps, for a guy in his mid-twenties – but the last time Luke drove it very nearly cost him…