NIHR Nottingham Clinical Research Facility

NIHR Nottingham Clinical Research Facilities

The Nottingham Clinical Research Facilities form a network of dedicated facilities that together make up a centre of excellence, bringing together the latest cutting-edge technology with world-leading clinical expertise.

Based at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), one of the largest and busiest teaching hospitals in the UK, we have 2,000m squared of NIHR accredited facilities managed by clinical and specialist staff expert in developing and delivering experimental medicine.

We support industry by providing access to internationally renowned researchers, who can advise on all aspects of study design and delivery.
Nottingham has contributed to some of the world’s most advanced medical innovations that are transforming the lives of patients. We are carrying out internationally important research in a number of areas including respiratory diseases, hearing loss and tinnitus, musculoskeletal diseases, gastrointestinal and liver diseases, dementia, ophthalmology and breast cancer. We have expertise in the development of diagnostics, drugs and medical devices.

Imaging expertise

At the heart of the facilities in Nottingham is our expertise in translational Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Alongside substantial investments from UK research funding bodies, the NHS and the University of Nottingham, the Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging Centre is recognised internationally as a leading centre for translational research. The centre combines the expertise and multidisciplinary skills of both Magnetic Resonance physicists and clinical academics.

Developing a new medicine requires a diverse range of skills. The Nottingham CRF brings together the academic, NHS and industry expertise required to effectively deliver complex and intensive study protocols.
Our facilities benefit from co-location with the East Midlands Major Trauma Centre, and the high quality Emergency Department and Intensive Care Units at NUH, enabling us to deliver a diverse range of studies, including those involving radiotherapy, gene and stem cell therapy.

Our multi-disciplinary teams are experienced in co-ordinating input across multiple agencies and specialties to bring patients with complex medical needs across to the UK safely and to ensure that the experience is as comfortable as possible for families during inpatient stays.

Contact us

To discuss your requirements and to find out more about the Nottingham Clinical Research Facilities, please contact:

Antonella Ghezzi
Head of Early Phase Clinical Trials and NIHR Nottingham Clinical Research Facilities Manager
T: +44 (0)115 924 9924 extension 60672

NIHR Nottingham Clinical Research Facilities
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
C Floor, South Block
Queen’s Medical Centre Campus
Derby Road