The Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) provides services to approximately one million patients. It is also a teaching hospital for health professionals studying at the University of East Anglia, also situated on the Norwich Research Park.
The NNUH has an R&D department which support the development, approval and running of research projects. At any one time there are around 400 studies ranging from small studies to those that are multi-site across the UK and in other countries. The NNUH has specialist service departments and facilities (Pathology, Radiology, Pharmacy and Cellular Pathology) that is key to this research. Also, there is an active Clinical Research and Trials Unit run jointly with the University.
Areas of research excellence include chronic diseases (particularly Gastroenterology, Diabetes and muscular skeletal problems) and platform technologies relating to Radiology and Advanced Imaging, and Microbiology.
The NNUH have entered into a clinical academic initiative with the Norwich Medical School to appoint over 30 senior and junior clinician scientists in a range of disciplines that integrate with the expertise elsewhere on the Norwich Research Park.
Key Research Programmes:
Diseases of Old Age, Diseases of Tissue Wasting, Cancer and other Chronic Diseases (including Gastroenterology, Diabetes and Muscular Skeletal problems).
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Norwich Research Park
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