Research at Barts Health
Our ambition is to offer every patient the opportunity to take part in reserach.
We’re proud of our long history of carrying out world-class research.
This research drives improvements in treatments and the health care services we provide. We carry it out in partnership with organisations including Queen Mary University of London as part of Barts Life Sciences, the National Institute for Health Research and Barts Charity.
Our ambitious research strategy aims to build on our existing strengths in areas of research like cardiovascular disease and cancer, and to drive improvements and develop other areas of work like precision medicine. Projects we’re working on include:
We work with other organisations to deliver our research strategy, and to ensure that people and patients have access to as many research opportunities as possible. These include the:
We work very closely with the Joint Research Medical Office (JRMO). If you are a researcher or a member of staff with a question about research, the JMRO are always on hand to help out - either contact them centrally or contact a specific individual.
Whether you have questions about taking part in research, want to know how you can help shape our research, need to know more about carrying out research or anything else, please do get in touch.
If you are a researcher or a member of staff with a question about research, please the Joint Management Research Office (JMRO).
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