Who We Are

Leeds BRC is led by Professor Paul Emery, the most highly cited rheumatologist [...]

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Facilities and Infrastructure

Leeds BRC is based at Chapel Allerton Hospital where the majority [...]

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Research Themes

There are two translational research themes within the BRC, which [...]

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Information for Patients

Here you can find links to organisations and information to give [...]

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Ongoing Studies

Typically the BRC will be involved in approximately 50 actively [...]

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Related Research

Emerging research includes muscle pathologies, cardiovascular comorbidity, [...]

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About the PPI Group

The Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) group was established in [...]

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Resources for Researchers

Support and Development MSc in Health Research Applied Health Cooperative Leeds [...]

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Recent News

 October 18, 2018

Musculoskeletal inflammation in SLE not reliably identified with…

Musculoskeletal inflammation in SLE not reliably identified with existing clinical instruments Dr Edward Vital (LIRMM) comments on a study he undertook with colleagues, which suggests that existing classification systems for musculoskeletal symptoms [...]

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 October 18, 2018

Drug study takes new approach for arthritis patients

World Arthritis Day on Friday provided an opportunity to launch a UK-wide study examining the impact of a new class of drugs on the painful and debilitating condition, psoriatic arthritis. The British Society for Rheumatology register for psoriatic [...]

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Recommended Publications

 September, 01 2018

Development and characterisation of a large diameter decellularised...

The aims of this study were to develop a biological large diameter vascular graft by decellularisation of native human aorta to remove the immunogenic cells whilst retaining the essential biomechanical, and biochemical properties for the ultimate benefit [...]

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 July, 01 2018

An in vitro simulation model to assess the severity of edge loading...

The aim of this study was to develop a preclinical in vitro method to predict the occurrence and severity of edge loading condition associated with the dynamic separation of the centres of the head and cup (in the absence of impingement) for variations [...]

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