Who We Are

Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit (LMBRU) is led by [...]

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Facilities and Infrastructure

LMBRU is based at Chapel Allerton Hospital where the majority of [...]

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Research Themes

The LMBRU research in immune mediated inflammatory disease and osteoarthritis [...]

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Information for Patients

Here you can find links to organisations and information to give [...]

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Ongoing Studies

Typically the LMBRU will be involved in approximately 50 actively [...]

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Emerging Research

Emerging research includes muscle pathologies, cardiovascular comorbidity, [...]

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About the PPI Group

The LMBRU Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) group was established [...]

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Resources for Researchers

Support and Development MSc in Health Research Applied Health Cooperative Leeds [...]

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Recent News

 January 16, 2017

New Job Vacancy – Database Manager

Location: Chapel Allerton Hospital Department: Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit (LMBRU). Grade: 5 Salary: £21,909 to £28,462 pa Contract Type: Fixed term – until 31st March 2022 For further [...]

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 January 12, 2017

New Job Vacancy – Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPI/E) Manager

Location:  Leeds - Chapel Allerton Hospital Faculty/Service:  Faculty of Medicine & Health Grade:  Grade 7 Salary:  £32,004 to £38,183 p.a. Contract Type:  Fixed Term (Fixed term until 31 March 2022) Closing Date:  Sunday [...]

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Recommended Publications

 January, 01 2017

Wear characteristics of an unconstrained lumbar total disc replacement...

© 2015 The Authors Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.The effect of kinematics, loading and centre of rotation on the wear of an unconstrained total disc replacement have been investigated [...]

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 January, 01 2017

The effect of collagen fibril orientation on the biphasic mechanics...

© 2016 The AuthorsThe highly inhomogeneous distribution of collagen fibrils may have important effects on the biphasic mechanics of articular cartilage. However, the effect of the inhomogeneity of collagen fibrils has mainly been investigated using simplified [...]

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Our Next Event

Stem cell research – Afternoon event

28 February 2017 | Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit

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