At the Anthony Nolan Research Institute, staff including some of the world’s top experts in bone marrow and blood stem cell transplantation are working to save lives.
They research how to make transplants as successful as possible, including how we can make the best matches between people in need of transplants and recipients, and how to stop problems after transplants.
Set up in 1993, the Institute has had some huge achievements over the past 20 years.
Read more about our exciting research.
View our latest research publications.