The NIHR Imperial BRC provides funding to underpin a wide variety of experimental medicine facilities, technology platforms and core supporting services
The NIHR Imperial BRC focuses on 14 Research Themes to facilitate the flow of research from laboratory bench to patient bedside
Patients and the public are central to our work within the NIHR Imperial BRC, supporting our aims to transform health outcomes locally and internationally through translational research
Harnessing world-leading discovery science and clinical expertise to develop innovative therapeutics, devices and diagnostics for healthcare
The NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) is a part of the NIHR and hosted by Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in partnership with Imperial College London.
Research / Biomedical EngineeringResearch / Biomedical Engineering
Research / Brain SciencesResearch / Brain Sciences
Research / CardiovascularResearch / Cardiovascular
Research / Digestive DiseasesResearch / Digestive Diseases
Research / Digital HealthResearch / Digital Health
Research / ImmunologyResearch / Immunology
Research / Infection & Antimicrobial ResistanceResearch / Infection & Antimicrobial Resistance
Research / Metabolic & EndocrineResearch / Metabolic & Endocrine
Research / Molecular PhenotypingResearch / Molecular Phenotyping
Research / Multiple Long-Term ConditionsResearch / Multiple Long-Term Conditions
Research / Pregnancy & PrematurityResearch / Pregnancy & Prematurity
Research / RespiratoryResearch / Respiratory
Research / Social Genetic & Environmental Determinants of HealthResearch / Social Genetic & Environmental Determinants of Health
Research / Surgery & CancerResearch / Surgery & Cancer
Research / Translational Research CollaborationResearch / Translational Research Collaboration
Training / Non-Medical TrainingTraining / Non-Medical Training
Our Facilities & Services
Examples of research projects testing out new drugs, devices and diagnostics in humans for the first time. The BRC is specifically aimed at supporting these kinds of experimental medicine studies.
The NIHR Imperial BRC has developed a range of innovative device technologies, in collaboration with scientists in our Faculties of Natural Sciences and Engineering. Some of the most recent are highlighted here.
The NIHR Imperial BRC has a strong, successful track record of collaborating with life sciences and other related industries, academic institutions, charities and research organisations. Most recent examples can be found here.