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Getting to the nub of the issue: Involving people who are living with dementia

Anna completed her undergraduate speech and language therapy degree at UCL, in 2002, before embarking on a career working in neurological conditions, such as dementia. In this blog post, she outlines how patient and public involvement has strengthened her PhD project.

Written by Anna Volkmer, Speech and Language Therapist/NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, University College London on Tuesday May 22, 2018
Category: Setting up a study - Tags: research, dementia, phd, ucl


Competition to host Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD programmes – now open

The MRC recognises the importance of clinical research and as part of refreshing their funding schemes, they have made some changes to the support is provided to clinical researchers. The Wellcome Trust’s Head of Research Careers, Anne-Marie Coriat, explains the approach, and opens the competition to host the new clinical #PhD programmes.

Written by Adam Smith on Monday November 9, 2015
Category: Setting up a study - Tags: phd, mrc, funding, coriat, university, medical, research, council, wellcome

12 top tips for writing a grant application

Sitting down to write a grant application? Recently submitted a proposal or been successful in the last MRC board round? Building grant writing skills is a great way to help secure funding. With experience of working with various MRC boards and panels, Dr David Crosby, Programme Manager for Methodology and Experimental Medicine, has a pretty good idea of what they’re looking for. Here he describes how to master the application process and make your grant stand out from the rest.

Written by Dr David Crosby, Medical Research Council on Monday October 12, 2015
Category: Setting up a study - Tags: funding, grants, applications, crosby, MRC