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Active research studies

The Trust hosts a variety of research studies covering the breadth of its clinical practice. These are funded by a variety of sponsors including National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), UK research councils, European funding agencies, research charities and industry. 


Below is a list of approved projects that are currently recruiting volunteers.

  

Research studies

Specialty CategoryResearch titleStudy contact informationMore info
Asthma/allergyDo patterns of airway infection and inflammation distinguish pathophysiological phenotypes in children with wheeze and asthma?Yvonne BinghamMore info
Asthma/allergyA pragmatic trial of corticosteroid optimisation in severe asthmaDolly JohnMore info
Asthma/allergyPrevalence of Pompe?s disease in respiratory clinicsLaura SwantonMore info
Asthma/allergyDo patterns of airway infection and inflammation distinguish pathophysiological phenotypes in children with wheeze and asthma?Yvonne Bingham 
Asthma/allergyA pragmatic trial of corticosteroid optimisation in severe asthmaDolly John 
Asthma/allergyPrevalence of Pompe?s disease in respiratory clinicsLaura Swanton 
Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseA two-arm, randomised, assessor-blind, parallel group study to evaluate the effect of fluticasone/formoterol breath actuated inhaler (BAI) and Relvar Ellipta DPI on ventilation heterogeneity in subjects with partially controlled or uncontrolled asthmaMs Sally MeahMore info
Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseCLN0014 Rev C All comers Post Marketing study collecting long term safety and effectiveness data on the use of RePneu coils for the treatment of severe emphysema - RePneumRX European RegistryKarthikan Srikanthan and Justin GarnerMore info
Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseAIRFLOW-1: A randomised study to compare the safety and efficacy of different energy levels after treatment with the Holaira lung denervation system in patients with moderate to severe COPDKarthi SrikanthanMore info
Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseCLEAN-PCD: A Phase 2a, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, IncompleteBlock Crossover Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of VX-371 Solution forInhalation in Subjects with Primary Ciliary DyskinesiaNajwa Soussi and Nia VoaseMore info

See details of the Trust’s performance for all clinical trials reported to the NIHR, for the set-up and delivery of studies in the period 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.

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