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The BRC has expanded its network of people interested in inputting into research, to include local community groups.
18 Covid-19 UCL research projects have been awarded grants in a competitive rapid response funding call.
Researchers can now apply for seed funding from the initiative Precision AMR (Anti-Microbial Resistance).
Researchers are invited to complete a short questionnaire exploring perspectives on patient and public involvement and engagement in research involving animals.
Researchers can now submit proposals for student projects which apply artificial intelligence (AI) to improve healthcare, and apply to supervise projects.
Researchers can now apply for funding to involve patients and the public in their research. Four starter grants of up to £500 – and one grant of up to £2,000 to support innovative work – are available from the BRC’s Public and Patient Involvement bursary. The scheme is also offering two grants of up to £300 specifically for PhD students to carry out PPI.

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