The 20 May each year sees trials units celebrate International Clinical Trials Day.
Improving Longer Term Stroke Care (LoTS-2-Care) is a NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research.
The MSc in Biopharmaceutical Development in part developed by CTRU has won the Collaborative Award at the inaugural Faculty Partnership Award ceremony.
The University of Leeds held the ‘Be Curious 2017’ event on 25th March which was about research in Leeds and how this contributes to the local community.
Clinical Trials Research Unit staff have been successful in their applications for NIHR Fellowships looking into the area of pressure ulcers.
Researchers receive grant to improve rehabilitation of older people following discharge from hospital.
Yorkshire Cancer Research, the funders of the BRAVO bladder cancer trial, have recently published an interview with a participant on their website.
Held on International Women’s Day the Clinical Trials Research Unit’s (CTRU) National Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting took time out to highlight the CTRU commitment to gender equality.
LICTR Director, Professor Julia Brown, has been appointed to the role of Associate Dean for Applied Health Research within the School of Medicine in Leeds.