Statistical Consultancy

The Child Health Outcomes Research at Leeds (CHORAL) team provide statistical support to investigators undertaking various kinds of research. We offer statistical services for projects at different stages. However, we do encourage you to consult with us in the early stages of your research if possible so we can prioritise these requests. Our services include, but […]

Simon Newell and Leeds Hospitals Charity Child Health Research Prizes


Child Health Outcomes Research at Leeds (CHORAL) is an exciting new network of child health researchers and allied professionals across University of Leeds, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and the wider region. We have two annual prize schemes to encourage and promote world leading child health research in Leeds. Postgraduate award We are offering two […]

The INSCHOOL Project


The INSCHOOL project is a 5 year National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) funded research programme looking at the school lives of young people (11-18) living with long-term physical health conditions. Our 2022 systematic review revealed six common themes in previous research: ’keeping up/catching up/missing out/looking forward’; ’identity’; ’relationship with peers’; ’normality and […]



COVID-19 has shone a spotlight on the poor ventilation and air quality present in many classrooms and has led to calls for air cleaning technologies (ACT) in schools. However, there is limited knowledge about the practicality of implementing ACT on large scales. Classroom Air Cleaning Technologies (CLASS-ACT) assessed the feasibility and effectiveness of using air […]



IRAS 167880 – a study isolating and characterising the Ewing sarcoma cells that are responsible for the spread of the cancer to other parts of the body (metastasis), treatment failure and relapse.

Advances In Ewing Sarcoma Research (AESR)


A collaboration between the Bone Cancer Research Trust (BCRT) and the University of Leeds bringing together Ewing sarcoma researchers from across the globe to share progress and identify priorities for future research, which will lead to improved outcomes for patients.