Vision and strategy

Diagram describing our areas of work

Zero tolerance of asthma attacks

Since its launch in 2014, the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research has been at the forefront of research making a real difference to the lives of those affected by asthma.

Our vision, aligned with that of Asthma UK, is a world where asthma attacks do not happen.

A collaborative environment

We are a network of world-leading researchers, working collaboratively on key areas of research to improve the prevention and management of asthma attacks.

See who's part of the network

Strategic research priorities

Our research focuses on developing, testing and implementing interventions which have the potential to achieve substantial, sustained reductions in asthma morbidity and mortality.

Continuously improving the research environment

We have created a supportive ecosystem to facilitate and advance the world-leading applied asthma research we undertake. This ensures all research is

  • of the highest possible quality
  • conducted efficiently
  • with people affected by asthma at the core of all we do

Find out more about what we do

Training the next generation of researchers

Creating capacity for the future, our Postgraduate training aims to enrol the most exceptional candidates and nurture them to become the next generation of leaders in world-class applied asthma research.

More information on our postgraduate training

Do you have, or are you affected by, asthma?

We think you’re very important, and want to hear from you.

Keeping patients and the public at the heart of what we do is crucial to ensure our research has the biggest impact on the lives of those with asthma.

Get involved with our Patient Advisory Group and share your expertise and experience of living with asthma, and/or register for REACH, our database of research volunteers, so we can let you know when there is a research study that needs a volunteer.

 

Patient Advisory Group

Are you affected by asthma? Would you like to help make our research better? Our Patient Advisory Group offers a flexible approach to get involved and we are always looking for new volunteers.

What is REACH?

REACH securely stores information about people in the UK who are affected by asthma and who want to take part in asthma research studies. REACH is run by the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research, a network of world-leading researchers.
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