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

 April 25, 2018

Leeds professors shortlisted for international inventor prize

A marriage of biology and physics has resulted in two leading University academics being shortlisted for the 2018 European Inventor of the Year award.   Husband and wife team Eileen Ingham (Faculty of Biological Sciences) and John Fisher (Medical [...]

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 April 17, 2018

Emerging leader prize for Ed

Congratulations to Ed Vital, Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist (LIRMM) who has been placed as Runner up in the Medical Research Foundation Emerging Leaders Prize 2017.   The Medical Research Foundation supports bright, [...]

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Recommended Publications

 March, 01 2018

Simple geometry tribological study of osteochondral graft implantation...

© 2018, © IMechE 2018. Robust preclinical test methods involving tribological simulations are required to investigate and understand the tribological function of osteochondral repair interventions in natural knee tissues. The aim of this study was to [...]

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 March, 01 2018

In vitro biomechanical and hydrodynamic characterisation of decellularised...

© 2017 The Authors Background and purpose of the study The use of decellularised biological heart valves in the replacement of damaged heart valves offers a promising solution to reduce the degradation issues associated with existing cryopreserved allografts. [...]

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Our Next Event

Planning your Research Career – Early Research Career Session

9 May 2018 | Seminar Room, Leeds Biomedical Research Centre

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