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The Health Research Authority has this week launched a consultation on its strategy to increase public access to research findings.
Researchers and healthcare professionals can apply for between £10,000-£15,000 to co-produce research with patients and the public.
Researchers can now apply for funding to involve patients and the public in their research.
UCLH clinicians can now see, with just one click, all recruiting trials that their patients may be eligible for.
The BRC’s Healthcare Engineering and Imaging (HE&I) theme has awarded more than £500,000 in grants money across 12 awards.
This month we caught up with UCLH clinical physicist Dr Anna Barnes, who is taking part in a scheme run by charity In2ScienceUK to provide STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) placements for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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