The NIHR Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) is seeking a number of exceptional individuals to undertake three year Clinical PhD Fellowships that will make significant contributions to the translational aims of our NIHR Newcastle BRC in ageing and long-term conditions.
Applications are invited from UK-registered Clinicians (including Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, and other Allied Health Professionals) with fellowship proposals that address our overarching aim in Ageing and Long-Term Conditions. We particularly welcome applications from Nurses and Allied Health Professionals working with older people.
The newly established NIHR Newcastle In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) Co-operative is led by Professor John Simpson, Dean of Translational Research & Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Newcastle University and is built upon the success of the NIHR Diagnostic Evidence Co-operative (DEC) Newcastle between 2013 and 2017.
The role of the Co-operative will be to deliver high quality, robust scientific evidence on the care pathway and economic benefits in vitro diagnostic tests (IVDs) and diagnostic medical devices — i.e.
The Biobank works mainly on a prospective collection basis allowing the collections for both Researchers and Commercial Companies to be tailored to meet their individual request specifications. The Biobank has already received applications from Researchers and Companies covering a wide range of sample types and are working with them and the relevant Directorates across the Trust to collect the tissue.
The CEPA Biobank has been created as a Trust initiative in response to requests from CommercialCompanies and Researchers for access to a supply of good quality tissue with anonymised clinical information for Quality Control/Assurance and Research purposes.
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