Resolution brought together composers and biomedical scientists from the University of Birmingham’s Rheumatology Research Group, part of the Centre for Translational Inflammation Research based in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, to work with young people to create new music around the theme of auto-immune disease. Funded by a Wellcome Trust Small Arts Award, the project ran in three secondary schools: Turves Green Girls School and King Edward VI Handsworth Girls School in Birmingham and Light Hall School, Solihull. The project was led by composers Fraser Trainer, Liz Johnson, Jackie Walduck, Jeremy Clay, Joanna Lee and Ruta Vitkauskaite and scientists Beth Clay, Rachel Bayley and Hannah Hope, Education Officer at the British Society for Immunology. The project culminated in an evening of music and science on 22 March 2013 which included the music composed by and for the young people. 

The project is also the subject of a chapter in Musician Teacher Collaboration: Altering the Chord by Professor Martin Fautley, Dr Victoria Kinsella and Nancy Evans.