The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Invention for Innovation (i4i) Challenge Awards invite applications in the area of Oncology Diagnostics, aiming to improve medical practice by better prevention, earlier and more precise diagnosis, early intervention and more tailored treatment, all of which can help improve clinical outcomes, avoid side effects and contribute to overall cost savings. Deadline for applications 27 May 2015 1:00 pm Continue reading
We are looking to recruit the brightest and the best researchers to develop their academic careers in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences and help shape our bio-medical research, delivering innovative outputs that inspire and engage stakeholders within and beyond academia. Continue reading
It’s not too late to catch the final two days of Biorespecting Birmingham, part of the University of Birmingham Arts and Science Festival.
Follow the link here for more about this workshop.
Working in drug discovery? Fancy collaborating with GSK? Why not consider the GSK Discovery Fast Track Challenge or Discovery Partnerships with Academia!
We have a unique opportunity, as Dr. Andrew Pearce, the Director of the Discovery Partnerships with Academia (DPAc) and Discovery Fast Track Challenge, will be visiting UoB on April 1st to speak about these two exciting opportunities. Continue reading
Simone Bryan, Programme Manager for Strategic Projects at MRC, explains in the below article why they are removing the time-bound criteria for fellowship applications…
The CMAR is a collaborative research venture between Birmingham and Nottingham Universities that aims to understand how ageing results in loss of musculoskeletal function and to use this knowledge to intervene and minimise age-related musculoskeletal decline and disease. The major focus of our interventions is on exercise and diet, incorporating motivational psychology research to underpin improved uptake and adherence to lifestyle changes.
On 3rd March members of the Clinical Research Compliance Team, along with colleagues from Trials Units PC-CRTU and CRTU, attended the MHRA Good Clinical Practice Symposium in Hammersmith, London (http://www.mhragcp.co.uk/page/view/about/). The MHRA conducts inspections to ensure compliance with clinical trials regulations and the symposium is designed to support the work the University does in the area of clinical trials. Continue reading