Whether you’re a patient or an interested member of the public, there are lots of ways to get involved our research.
We’re always looking for ways to improving research. One of the best ways of doing this is to ask people for their feedback and advice on the research being developed.
You can help in many different ways and dedicate as much time as you wish, when it’s convenient for you. You don’t need any particular knowledge or skills, just a willingness to give your opinion and the desire to get involved.
Some ways you can get involved:
- Take part in a clinical trial
- Join a ‘Patients and Public’ involvement group click here for full list of groups.
- Take part in one of our Training Days.
- Provide samples to our Translational BioResource Core
To find out more, please contact our Patient and Public Involvement Project Manager Jacintha McGahon at email@example.com to discuss in more detail.