Comprehensive Local Research Networks are part of the National Institute for Health Research. They provide support for clinical trials and other major studies in all areas of disease and clinical need.
This office provides support for researchers working in the HYMS area.
Medipex is the NHS innovation hub for our region. It provides guidance and practical support to doctors, nurses, researchers and their employers to help them develop ideas into products that can be launched in the marketplace.
The goal of the NIHR is to create a health research system in which the NHS supports outstanding individuals, working in world-class facilities, conducting leading-edge research focused on the needs of patients and the public.
The NHS R&D Forum is a national network for those involved in managing and supporting R&D in health and social care. Their aim is to improve the environment for research in health and social care by facilitating and encouraging sharing of best practice, and working with other organisations.
The unit provides research governance and support services for staff working in the York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust.
The Research Design Service for Yorkshire & the Humber aims to increase the volume and quantity of successful grant applications for NIHR funding in the region. They provide specialist support for researchers who are developing research proposals.
The office provides support for York researchers in finding funding sources and submitting applications.
The York CRF combines the resources of the University of York and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, collaborating to translate new discoveries into practical healthcare.
The University of Hull's Clinical Trials Unit has extensive expertise in carrying out large-scale trials. It also provides advice and guidance at the planning stage for future clinical trials.
Established in 1995 and based within the Department of Health Sciences, we provide support for trials external to the Unit and academic leadership for rigorous trial design, from a single service, such as telephone randomization, through to all aspects of trial management via our team of Research Fellows and support staff.
The BBSRC is one of seven Research Councils funded by the UK government. It is the UK's leading funding agency for academic research and training in the non-clinical life sciences.
The Medical Research Council is a publicly-funded organisation dedicated to improving human health. It supports research across the entire spectrum of medical sciences, in universities and hospitals, in its own units and institutes in the UK, and in Africa.
The Wellcome Trust is an independent charity funding research to improve human and animal health. Established in 1936 and with an endowment of around £13 billion, it is the UK's largest non-governmental source of funds for biomedical research.
Encompassing illness of infectious and non-infectious (including mental health) origin, the study of chronic diseases and disorders transcends many traditional boundaries in science and medicine. C2D2 is an institution-wide 'virtual centre' for coordinating the University of York's research in this area.
The Centre for Reviews and Dissemination is a department of the University of York and is part of the National Institute for Health Research. It undertakes high-quality systematic reviews that evaluate the effects of health and social care interventions and the delivery and organisation of healthcare.
The University of York pioneered the development of health economics in the UK, and in 1983 created the Centre for Health Economics. It is now one of the largest and best-known health economics research centres in the world, operating across all areas of the discipline with a particular emphasis on methodological thinking and high policy impact.
The Public Health Observatory produces information, data and intelligence on people's health and healthcare. It makes this information available to healthcare professionals, policy-makers and the wider community.