Funds we raise from donors can enable researchers to come up with incredible medical advances which will have a real impact on more young lives. Grants have resulted in high quality, internationally recognised research, and have enabled our outstanding clinicians to become leaders of paediatric research. By funding research and learning, discovery of new cures, treatments and approaches, and equipping staff with new knowledge, skills and resources, we are doing more to accelerate and advance medical breakthroughs, improving our children’s chances and pioneering change for the next generation.
Thanks to the hard work of our research teams and clinical staff, we are leading the way with paediatric research in a number of areas including:
However every year, our dedicated staff need springboard funding to help them explore, study and test the next idea, the next treatment, the next change needed to transform medicine and treatment, reach more children and so save lives.
We need your help to keep putting patients at the heart of research.
Set up in 2001,the Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust Research Foundation has awarded over £5million to researchers at both Birmingham Children's Hospital and Birmingham Women’s Hospital.
We have made a commitment to transform the lives of future generations by funding research that will prevent, diagnose and cure rare diseases in children. That determination led us to being named the UK's Rare Diseases Research Collaboration Centre.