Health research project required advice or approval from 89 different people to get the green light, in case study of approvals process

Health research project required advice or approval from 89 different people to get the green light, in case study of approvals process Which health research projects involving humans are ethically justified, safe and legal? Who decides whether they should get the green light to proceed? In one case study, researchers […]

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Invitation to Tender: Qualitative review on gender inequalities in clinical academic careers

Invitation to Tender: A qualitative review focusing on gender inequalities in clinical academic careers NIHR Academy in partnership with five other organisations, Academy of Medical Science, Cancer Research UK, Health Education England, Medical Research Council, and Wellcome Trust are inviting research proposals to help understand the factors that influence career […]

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First Surgeon awarded prestigious NIHR Career Development Fellowship

First Surgeon awarded NIHR Career Development Fellowship Our congratulations go to Stephen Price, a past CLAHRC EoE Fellow, who has been awarded an NIHR Career Development Fellowship.  Stephen, a Consultant Neurosurgeon at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is the first surgeon to be awarded this prestigious post-doctoral training Fellowship. His […]

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New Year honours for NIHR leaders

NIHR Leaders Represented in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2019 A number of NIHR leaders have been recognised in the Queen’s New Years Honours List 2019. Professor Louise Ann Robinson, NIHR Research Professor, will become a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire. For services to Primary […]

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