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We are a large group of researchers working on GI and liver disease. The Centre was formed in 2003 following an external review of research in the University and significant funding from the Wolfson Foundation. It comprises the Medical Division of Gastroenterology, the Divisions of GI Surgery in Nottingham and Derby, Pre-Clinical Oncology and the Liver Research Group. Together, this comprises possibly the largest integrated GI and liver research grouping in the UK.
--Robin Spiller, Head of Division
Our researchers study a broad range of conditions and perform laboratory-based studies, translational research into people and patients and large clinical trials.
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We train non-clinical and clinical scientists in subjects ranging through molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry, microbiology, clinical research and epidemiology.
Find out more about our PhD / DM Opportunities.
The NDDC has been awarded a Biomedical Research Unit by the National Institute of Health Research, focussing on patient-based translational research, particularly GI and liver infections and post-infectious conditions.
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The Gastroenterology Journal Club meeting take place in the Refectory of the Post Graduate Centre at 08:00 every Friday morning.
The NDDC and BRU Friday Lunchtime research seminars take place from 13:00. Please contact Paulene Stapleton for details.
For general enquiries, or further information on East Midlands (North) Gastroenterology Training Days, please contact:
e: Emma Bradley
t: +44 (0) 115 823 1090
University of Nottingham
E Floor, West Block/Medical School QMC
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2UH
telephone: +44 (0)115 82 31090
fax: +44 (0)115 82 31409