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Bringing together the country’s best health research expertise with the NHS and industry for healthcare innovation.

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Collective Excellence for Health Innovation

Midlands Innovation Health (MI Health) coordinates and combines the collective excellence of seven Midlands Innovation universities: Aston University, University of Birmingham, Keele University, University of Leicester, Loughborough University, University of Nottingham and University of Warwick to deliver improved Midlands health and regional growth.

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Cutting-Edge Health, MedTech 
and Life Sciences

MI Health facilitates research collaborations and engagement to promote innovation in research, practice and policy with a focus on:

  • Tackling health inequalities locally and nationally.
  • Improving research culture.
  • Increasing inward investment into the region.

Across rehabilitation, health technology, medical technologies, manufacturing and R&D, the region has world-class clinical and academic capabilities coupled with well-established, highly productive, high-innovation enterprises within four key areas:

  • AI, health data science and medical imaging.
  • Biological sciences.
  • Health and social care.
  • Medical technologies.

The Midlands region hosts national facilities developed in partnership with the UK Government, universities, hospitals and industry. Its cross-cutting R&D strengths include:

  • Materials and manufacturing.
  • Sport and rehabilitation.

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