Research in the Division of Rheumatology, Orthopaedics and Dermatology
Research into bones, joints, and skin.
Postgraduate Research Opportunities
Rheumatology, Orthopaedics and Dermatology Research Groups
|Biomaterials Related Infection
||To investigate the causes and mechanisms of surgical infection, particularly that involving implantable devices, so as to advance treatment of such infections and particularly their prevention.
|Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology
||Conducts independent research into the treatment and prevention of skin disease that is of direct relevance to patients, clinicians and NHS managers.
|Centre for Evidence Based Hand Surgery
||To undertake research into common hand conditions of direct relevance to patients, clinicians and the NHS.
|Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis Research
||To improve the understanding of the effects of sport and exercise on joint health and osteoarthritis and help create plans for prevention, assessment, and treatment of injuries aimed at reducing the risk of later osteoarthritis.
|Harmonising Outcome Measures for Eczema
||To develop a consensus-based core outcome set (COS) for clinical trials and clinical practice with regards to eczema.
|Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre
||Focuses on understanding the mechanisms of frailty, chronic musculoskeletal diseases and their symptoms, and using this understanding to develop, personalise and evaluate novel treatments.
|Orthopaedics and Trauma research
||To pursue international excellence in multidisciplinary, translational research, to enhance understanding of arthritis pain, bone and joint injury and repair, novel biomaterials and methods of delivering antimicrobials to improve patient care.
|Pain Centre Versus Arthritis
||Investigates the mechanisms that lead to the chronic pain experienced by sufferers of arthritis, in order to improve the treatment of that pain.
|Sports and Exercise Medicine
||Focuses on understanding the association between physical activity, obesity and disease, such as obesity and osteoarthritis.