As part of the Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Framework, RKEO are holding a session on NIHR Fellowships.
The NIHR Fellowship Event will provide information about NIHR’s Fellowship schemes, and offer some hints and tips for a successful application. We are pleased to welcome the following speakers:
- Dr Gordon Taylor, Research Design Service South West, NIHR Doctoral Panel Member & Reader in Medical Statistics, University of Bath
- NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre (TBC)
- Clare Gordon, BU NIHR Fellow
Date: Wednesday 21st March 2018
Venue: Lansdowne Campus
The session is open to all academics, researchers and clinicians who have an interest in applying for NIHR Fellowships.
Please book your space through Eventbrite.
About the NIHR Fellowship Programme: The NIHR is the UK’s major funder of applied health research. All of the research it funds works towards improving the health and wealth of the nation. The NIHR develops and supports the people who conduct and contribute to health research and equally supports the training of the next generation of health researchers. NIHR training programmes provide a unique opportunity for all professionals to improve the health of patients in their care through research. Training and career development awards from the NIHR range from undergraduate level through to opportunities for established investigators and research leaders. They are open to a wide range of professions and designed to suit different working arrangements and career pathways.