Research

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2020

‘The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry’ – Robert Burns.  April 2020 wasn’t supposed to be […]

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Covid 19 – Important information from BDRF

Grant holders We recognise that the ongoing Covid 19 outbreak is placing unprecedented strain on NHS resources and personnel. In […]

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COVIDSURG collaborative launched to tackle pandemic

Research and international collaboration will be crucial in beating back the novel coronavirus and mitigating its impact on our health […]

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Helping patients recover after bowel surgery

Having bowel surgery is a big deal. Recovering afterwards takes time, and there are hurdles and pitfalls along the way. […]

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IBD Newcastle

This March, we’re heading to Newcastle for a one day conference on IBD surgery. This conference will bring together the […]

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Associate Surgical Specialty Leads – championing a new generation of colorectal researchers

Since 2013, BDRF has joint-funded a Royal College of Surgeons surgical specialty lead (SSL) in bowel disease. Like our joint […]

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Survey data released for advanced rectal cancer

It’s now well known that when caught early, bowel cancer is very treatable. Unfortunately however, of the 14,000 cases of rectal […]

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BDRF funds work into robotic-assisted surgery research

We are pleased to announce funding for two projects investigating work into robotic-assisted colorectal surgery. These grants have been very […]

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2019 Travelling Researcher Awards announced

BDRF are pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019 Travelling Research Fellowship Grant awards. Debbie Kellor – Assistant Professor […]

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The results are in….

“Let’s turn our fear into hope – and our hope into reality.” Earlier this year we launched a campaign to […]

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