Francis Crick Institute Clinical Research Training Fellowships 2014
The Imperial NIHR Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) undertakes translational research, which means taking the findings from basic research more quickly and efficiently into medical practice and, thus, improving health outcomes for our patients.
Research is undertaken across a broad range of subjects; read more in each of the themes listed below.
CALL NOW CLOSED. Further to the EPSRC award to the Institute of Chemical Biology (ICB) for a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in physical sciences innovation in Chemical Biology for bio-industry and healthcare, the BRC is pleased to announce the Call for Project Proposals for jointly funded 4 year PhD studentships. In a collaboration between the NIHR Imperial BRC and the ICB CDT, 4 PhD studentships will be made available to start in October 2014.Read more
In association with the MRC-NIHR Phenome Centre, the Imperial International Phenome Training Centre (IIPTC) has been established to provide hands-on training courses for metabolic profiling.Read more
People who walk to work are around 40 per cent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive, according to a new study (August 2013).Read more
Dr David Antcliffe, a researcher in the Surgery and Surgical Technology Theme was ‘highly commended’ for his submission in the poster presentation competition at this year's NIHR Experimental Medicine Doctoral Research Training Camp.Read more
The NIHR BioResource for Rare Diseases is an integral part of the NIHR BioResource (nihrbioresource.org.uk) and has been awarded NIHR funding for the clinical application of next generation sequencing techniques (NGST). This funding will be used to deliver ~5,000 exomes per year for the next 3-5 years and applications to use this facility are invited from NIHR BRC researchers.Read more
Professor Jonathan Weber has been appointed to the new combined role across Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Imperial College LondonRead more
Four NIHR Imperial BRC researchers have been commended as distinguished scientists by the Academy of Medical Sciences. Election to the Fellowship of the Academy is a mark of recognition to exceptional contributions made to the medical sciences in the form of novel original discovery or sustained contributions to scholarship.Read more
1 April 2012 marked the beginning of the new NIHR Imperial BRC award. In August 2011, NIHR pledged £112M in funding to the NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre to be used to facilitate the continued development of cutting-edge translational research and healthcare innovations within NIHR Imperial BRC over the course of the next five years.Read more
On 1 March 2012, it was announced that the NIHR/Wellcome Trust Imperial Clinical Research Facility has been awarded £10.9M in funding from the NIHR, with effect from 1 September 2012. This NIHR investment is to support the translation of scientific advances into benefits for patients through purpose-built Clinical Research Facilities (CRFs).Read more
A key part of our vision is to translate biomedical research into practice. For much of this translation we work in partnership. Researchers are supported to translate their ideas and discoveries into new products or treatments through Imperial Innovations.Read more
A sample of the many ways which we have delivered results.