To find out more about current haematology studies you can view a list of studies on the NIHR Clinical Research Network Portfolio Database
The NIHR Clinical Research Network Haematology has been enormously successful in integrating clinical research into NHS clinical service provision, and both developing and delivering a large practice changing portfolio of clinical trials.
We oversee research that deals with blood disorders. By this we mean conditions and diseases that affect how the blood and its components work. Haemophilia is one example (an inherited condition that affects the blood’s ability to clot and stop bleeding). Sickle-cell disease is another example (a genetic defect which affects the structure and shape of the blood cells so that it can’t carry oxygen as well as normal cells). Other examples include thrombotic disorders (where the blood clots too much), and anaemia.
We support and promote research in the following areas:
You can find out more about Haematology studies in your area through the UK Clinical Trials Gateway.