The PMN Group houses outstanding research facilities within the heart of the Medical School at the Queen's Medical Centre (QMC).
Unveiled in 2008, a new development housing bespoke research laboratories and study areas based within the heart of the University of Nottingham's Medical School.
Our Human Physiology Unit contains both exercise physiology and resting metabolism laboratories.
Including the latest physiological and molecular technologies.
Being particularly well known for our research into human physiology and with outstanding facilities in the David Greenfield Human Physiology Unit, we are able to conduct world-leading investigations into metabolic regulation, with our team of human volunteers and specialist research staff.
In particular we have:
Meet the team
How to find us
Location: Medical School, Queen's Medical Centre (B7)
The outstanding David Greenfield Human Physiology Unit is the home of the PMN Research Group where we conduct world-leading investigations into metabolic regulation.
Based within the Medical School here at Nottingham, our highly skilled medical team of doctors, nurses and specialist research technicians, as well as our excellent facilities provide us with the capabilities to deliver a vast range of research studies with our team of human volunteers.
The labs are equipped with:
Sample preparation laboratory allows for preparation of blood, saliva and muscle analyses.
This lab is equipped with:
Location: D Floor and E Floor, Medical School, Queen's Medical Centre
The PMN Group house analytical laboratories within the Medical School which allows for specialist analytical techniques to be carried out by our highly skilled technical research specialists.
Our laboratories are equipped to provide capability for:
David Greenfield Human Physiology Unit
School of Life Sciences
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2UH
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