Opening for BioHub

Birmingham leading the way with the UK’s first biomedical innovation centre

Guests attended the opening of Birmingham’s exciting new £7million BioHub. The biomedical laboratory and innovation centre based in Edgbaston’s Medical Quarter is the first of its kind in the UK and is set to bring entrepreneurs and start-up companies to the city. To mark the opening Prof Sir David Eastwood, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham and Cllr Tahir Ali from the city council spoke about the importance of the venture. They were joined by George Freeman, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Life Sciences.


  1. Tim Yates, David Tomalin, Dr James Wilkie
  2. Kevin Small, Duncan Leach, Angie Reynolds
  3. Norman Price, Paul Noon, Dr David Hardman, Charles de Rohan
  4. Anthony Clarke, Ed Thomas, Dr Eliot Marston, Helen Miller-Viney
  5. Richard Stone, David Coleman, Mark Lee
  6. Bashir Ramzan, Dr James Wilkie, Mark Cobbold, Kevin Small
  7. Lesley Hewitt, Sophia Hansrod, Hajnal Farkas
  8. Gurmit Kler, Laura Myatt, Vickie Pargetter
  9. Chris Moore, Mark Cobbold, Prof Hisham Mehanna
For more information about the new BioHub visit or contact 0121 414 9252.