World-renowned trauma research

Learn how our funding for research into the effects of serious injuries upon the body is saving lives and rebuilding futures

We’re dedicated to

Reducing deaths and disability from serious injury, within London, the UK and around the world.

The difference we’re making

  • Funding the creation of the Centre for Trauma Sciences, a centre of excellence in trauma research, with a £3m grant
  • Saving more trauma patients thanks to research into clotting, organ failure and infection
  • Supporting survivors and their families long-term through the AfterTrauma website
  • Preventing trauma with awareness campaigns ranging from rugby head injuries to safer cycling and reducing knife crime
  • Improving trauma services around the UK by leading the way with Major Trauma Networks in London
  • Working with trauma experts around the world to get better at treatment and prevention
See how you can make a difference too

Traumatic injury can happen to anyone

Alison, a former neuro-physiotherapist at The Royal London Hospital, was cycling to work one morning when she was hit by a car. She was treated for spinal injuries by the trauma team at The Royal London.

“As a trauma physician turned patient, I know the care I received was the best there is, and I am alive and walking now thanks to them.”

A researcher at QMUL

Funding extraordinary healthcare

Because of the start provided by us, the Centre was able to secure extra funding for research into:

  • Prevention of major bleeding, an international study funded by €9m from the European Union
  • An antimalarial drug that may prevent organ failure, a unique study funded by £760,000 from the Wellcome Trust
  • A lipid emulsion to treat brain and spinal cord injury, thanks to £400,000 of industry funding

 

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Trauma Appeal

Our mission is to raise £1 million to save the lives of thousands of people who suffer trauma, and improve the quality of life for those who do survive.

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