Professor in Acute and Respiratory Medicine

Liz is a Professor of Acute and Respiratory Medicine at the University of Birmingham and a medical physician caring for patients at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Her research focuses on non-communicable inflammatory diseases associated with ageing, and the impact of pulmonary infection in an ageing host, from translational to data science. Liz is the Managing Director of the NIHR Clinical Research Facility in Birmingham, a state-of-the-art clinical research facility that has supported over 15,000 patient research visits in 2020 and is currently delivering >300 active studies. Liz is also the Director of PIONEER, the HDR-UK Hub in Acute Care, integrating data from traditionally siloed acute care healthcare providers, with an aim of transforming care provision in this area of critical need, and improving outcomes and choices for patients.

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