Plans submitted for new Birmingham Health Innovation Campus

Ambitious plans for Birmingham Health Innovation Campus (BHIC) took another step forward this week, as a hybrid planning application was submitted to Birmingham City Council. The plans for BHIC will help create up to 3,000 jobs at the Campus, as part of 10,000 jobs in the wider region boosting the local economy by around £400m … Continue reading “Plans submitted for new Birmingham Health Innovation Campus”

£14m invested in Birmingham Health Innovation Campus by GBSLEP

Plans to develop the Midlands’ only science park dedicated to health and life sciences research – Birmingham Health Innovation Campus (BHIC) – have received another boost thanks to a significant investment of up to £14m from the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP). The Campus is being delivered through a long-term collaboration between … Continue reading “£14m invested in Birmingham Health Innovation Campus by GBSLEP”

£210m world-class life science campus set for the West Midlands

Birmingham is set to lead the delivery of medical innovation in the Midlands through the development of Birmingham Health Innovation Campus; attracting significant inward investment, creating high value jobs in the region, and accelerating the development and deployment of new drugs, diagnostics and healthcare technologies to patients. The Campus will be the only science park … Continue reading “£210m world-class life science campus set for the West Midlands”

£10.8m investment kick-starts life sciences development in Birmingham

Birmingham Health Innovation Campus (BHIC) has been announced as one of eight ‘shovel ready’ projects in the West Midlands which will benefit from a combined £66 million of Government funding. BHIC will sit at the heart of a critical cluster of health excellence led by Birmingham Health Partners – a strategic alliance between the University … Continue reading “£10.8m investment kick-starts life sciences development in Birmingham”

Rethinking the role of health and life sciences as a regional driver of post-COVID recovery

Dr John Williams, Managing Director of Birmingham Health Partners and Michael Lewis, Professor of Life Science Innovation, discuss the role of health and life sciences as a regional driver of post-COVID recovery.  Two years ago, Professors Richard Jones and James Wilsdon published the wide ranging Biomedical Bubble report that asked whether a policy and funding landscape … Continue reading “Rethinking the role of health and life sciences as a regional driver of post-COVID recovery”