Our Facilities

Royal Hallamshire Hospital Site

The Royal Hallamshire Hospital site is located on O floor. It opened its doors to the first of its research participants in October 2006.

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Northern General Hospital Site

The Northern General Hospital site is located on the first floor of the Centre for Biomedical Research and welcomed its first research participants in October 2009.

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Here's what some of our researchers and research Sponsors have said about working with the CRF...

 "You are doing brilliantly with the recruitment and all the paperwork!  We are all so grateful for you and your team's work"

"Well done all! First in the country and exemplary practices throughout. Siobhan had mastered the study completely, was impeccably prepared, and made the whole potentially complicated process relatively straight-forward. I gather Siobhan was on call through the night just to look after the woman and keep everything moving smoothly. Just been to see the lady who has done well so far. She is very grateful to the team, and exemplifies the extra care and TLC that research participants inevitably get from agreeing to take part in studies"

"I am also tremendously appreciative of the way in which you all, especially Louise, have gone the extra mile"

"The trial has been open to recruitment at the Northern General Hospital since November 2013. As with all portfolio studies, we are reliant on the enthusiasm and dedication of our local PIs and would like to highlight we work that Dr Sumayer Sanghera and their team have undertaken....A total of 13 patients have been recruited and this has been a valuable contribution to the trial"
Sponsor letter to Sir Andrew Cash

"Well done to all! "
Target met 8 months ahead of schedule

"I was just uploading the recruitment data to the CRN database this morning, and wanted to say what an amazing job you are doing with recruitment – despite all the pressure I know you are under, and all the complications with these participants, we are really getting there, and its thanks to you. In total we randomized 13 cases in September, 6 of which were from Sheffield, so a huge thank you! If we can keep that kind of rate up until the end of Feb we’ll be in very good shape"  

"I would like to thank you both for all your hard work and support, especially given some very trying circumstances and tight timelines. I would be very grateful if you could disseminate my thanks to your teams and anyone who has worked on the study"