Our aim is to transform the lives of patients with mitochondrial disease and dysfunction.
The Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research is based within the Medical School of Newcastle University. A huge breadth of research is undertaken within our Centre to address questions regarding mitochondrial disease and dysfunction. Our aim is to transform the promise of scientific advances into revolutionary treatments that restore mitochondrial health.
The Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research is built on our long standing clinical and scientific expertise in mitochondrial disease. We are totally committed to providing the best of care for our patients and this means that we must understand more about the mechanisms underlying mitochondrial disease.
One of the things we most value is the continued relationship with our patients and their supporters. In addition to our research strategy we are very committed to keeping patients and families fully informed of new advances in mitochondrial research and explaining the complexities of mitochondrial disease.
We have very close links to the
NHS Highly Specialised NHS
Service for Rare Mitochondrial Disorders of Adults and Children. This Clinical Service is based within the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and provides care for patients throughout the UK both in terms of diagnosis and management.