Research 
 

Supporting ROH, one of the leading orthopaedic hospitals in the world, means that the research work we fund has a profound impact on ensuring the Trust remains at the forefront of innovation in the treatment of orthopaedic conditions.   

Our research highlights

The Dubrowsky Regenerative Medicine Laboratory

In 2014, former ROH patient, Mr Michael Dubrowsky passed away and left a significant legacy gift to the ROH Charitable Fund through our legacy giving following treatment he received at the Trust for chondrosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. This generous gift has enabled ROH to invest in a new state of the art regenerative medicine laboratory – The Dubrowsky Regenerative Medicine Laboratory. The laboratory was officially opened on Tuesday 17 December 2019.  Read more about the opening here.

You can take a virtual tour of our state of the art Dubrowsky Regenerative Medicine Laboratory by clicking here.


Support life changing research

Research is incredibly important! Research leads to new ways to treat, support and cure people. We want as many people as possible to live independent and pain free lives, we want to cure rare bone and soft tissue cancers. Your support will make all the difference.

Eureka! is an ongoing appeal which our charity has supported for a long time. The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital has been a research pioneer for 200 years. We want to keep pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in orthopaedic care. Our research changes lives and you can help.

By supporting the Eureka! appeal you will be helping to sustain and fund new projects. You’ll be directly helping our consultants and nurses carry our research and trial new treatments. You’ll be investing in better care in the future and ensuring that when people need treatment, they get the very best. 

 

Why research is so important

Lynda Langan was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer after a fall. She decided to donate towards The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Charity, research appeal at after “a wonderful experience of care” .

“My journey started two years ago. It all started when I was riding one day and I fell and landed on my coccyx....

Donate directly

To donate to the research team, simply select your chosen donation method, and mention research in the comments, donation form or covering letter.

Fundraise for us

You can set up your own fundraising event to raise money for this appeal.

Sponsor this appeal

You can sponsor a piece of equipment, new research project and more.

Contact us on 0121 685 4379 or email roh.charitablefunds@nhs.net for more information about sponsoring our research projects.

The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Charitable Fund

Bristol Road South
Northfield
Birmingham
B31 2AP

Registered Charity Number: 1078046

Call: 0121 6854379
Email: roh.charitablefunds@nhs.net

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