Research has the potential to save lives and to improve the quality of life for premature and sick babies for generations to come. Our aim is to make the biggest difference to the lives of babies by carefully identifying and funding research projects and collaborating with others to support large-scale projects.
Research can develop a new set of treatments that can reach a generation and make a positive impact on an endless number of lives.
We are currently supporting £10.1 million of research in neonatal care. See how we support research and some of our current work
Find out more about our financial support for research.
Find out how Bliss can support you and your research.
Here are some ways to help you involve parents in your research.
The Preterm Birth Priority Setting Partnership is a research partnership established to allow clinicians, service users and carers to help prioritise research into the area of preterm birth.
Bliss is currently involved in £10.1 million of neonatal research. Find out more about individual projects here.
Find out more about what our research has achieved
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