Queen’s University Belfast (QUB)
Representatives: Dr Vijay Tiwari, Professor Mark Lawler
Belfast is part of the HDRUK Wales and Northern Ireland substantive site. It is a founding partner of the DATA-CAN research hub. Belfast is also delivering an HDRUK-supported Masters programme in Health Data Science.
Find out more about what QUB are doing within HDRUK here.
University of Birmingham
Representatives: Professor Iain Styles, Professor Georgios Gkoutos
The University of Birmingham is part of the HDRUK Midlands site. Positioned adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, part of University Hospital Birmingham, it is linked to the Better Care programme and the PIONEER and INSIGHT Research Hubs.
Find out more about what Birmingham is doing within HDRUK here.
University of Cambridge
Representative: Dr Angela Wood
Cambridge leads the HDRUK Cambridge substantive site. It heads the National Multi-omics Consortium and a partner on the Gut Reaction research hub with Cambridge University Hospitals.
Find out more about what Cambridge is doing within HDRUK here.
University of Edinburgh
Representatives: Dr Catalina Vallejos, Dr Miguel O Bernabeu
Edinburgh is part of the HDRUK Scotland substantive site. It leads the BREATHE research hub to enable high quality research and cutting-edge innovation to improve the lives of people living with respiratory conditions.
Find out more about what Edinburgh is doing within HDRUK here.
University College London
Representatives: Professor Paul Taylor, Dr Ioanna Manolopoulou
UCL is part of the HDRUK London substantive site. As part of UCL Partners, it leads the DATA-CAN research hub and is heading up the National Phenomics Resource project.
Find out more about what UCL are doing within HDRUK here.
University of Manchester
Representative: Professor Niels Peek
Manchester is part of the HDRUK North substantive site. It has led Smart Hearts Sprint Exemplar project and antibiotic prescribing in frail elderly people as part of the Better Care programme.
Find out more about what Manchester is doing within HDRUK here.
University of Oxford
Representative: Professor Tom Nichols
The University of Oxford leads the HDRUK Oxford substantive site. It plays a leading role in the development of digitally-enabled clinical trials within HDRUK and leads the NHS DigiTrials research hub with NHS Digital.
Find out more about what Oxford is doing within HDRUK here.