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The Essex Biomedical Sciences Institute

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Our Communications Office can help journalists access the expertise of our academics. Our world-class rating for research excellence means we can provide knowledge across the social sciences, science and health, and humanities.

The Essex Biomedical Sciences Institute (EBSI) is a local medical research partnership that promotes biomedical and health-related translational research through collaboration between academic staff in the University, principally in the School of Biological Sciences, and clinicians in Hospital NHS Trusts in the region.

The Institute was initially set up as a partnership with Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust, but now incorporates Southend Hospital NHS Trust, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust and Mid Essex Hospital NHS Trust.

The EBSI operates by bringing together scientists and clinicians with common research interests using its web pages of individuals and their interests, convening discussion meetings and advising on operational and administrative issues associated with research. The aims of the EBSI are to:

  • Provide a network organisation for promoting and facilitating clinically relevant, translational research activities in the biomedical/health sciences
  • Provide the essential infrastructure support and facilities together with scientific and clinical specialities
  • Exploit opportunities for securing research funding
  • Provide an academic partnership for local Hospital NHS Trusts
  • Attract and retain clinicians of the highest calibre by providing research opportunities and potential for career development and continuing professional development.