Centre for Applied Health Research

  • Work begins: Spring 2018
  • Work due to be completed: Spring 2019
  • Cost: £3.1M
  • Contractors: TBC

Brief: The development of a major new Leeds-Bradford Centre for Applied Health Research (CAHR) a joint venture between the Universities of Leeds, Bradford and Bradford Institute for Health Research. The Centre will be a new build on the Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust site co-located/ near the Bradford Institute for Health Research (BIHR).

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The Universities of Leeds and Bradford have a strong history of multi-disciplinary clinical and academic collaboration in applied health research.  This project seeks to build upon these achievements, as part of the new Leeds-Bradford Health Collaborative, to develop a world-class centre in applied health research, by consolidating existing strengths at the University of Leeds, the University of Bradford and Bradford Institute for Health Research (BIHR) to develop a high-powered tripartite research centre, incorporating activities of the three partners and including a major University-NHS translational campus at the Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (BTHFT).

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For further information on the CAHR development please contact:

Project Manager: Paul Cook E. P.S.Cook@leeds.ac.uk

Service/Faculty Facilities Manager: Amy Russell

Site Manager: TBC


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