How the public can influence health research – free information session
Patients and the public play a vital role in how research is carried out at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Their voice can shape new research priorities and improve how we conduct our studies.
Members of the public are invited to attend an online information session hosted by the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre to hear about our research and how patients and members of the public can get involved.
Our Patient and Public Involvement Lead, Dr Amanda Stranks, will be joined by one of our Patient and Public Involvement panel members to discuss what we mean by public involvement in research and what it is like to be involved.
If you are interested in health research and what happens at the campus or you want to get involved, sign up for this free information session on 15 September.
If you would like more information about NIHR Cambridge BRC, please contact us.