NIHR Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre works closely with other key NIHR organisations and partners to support public and patient participation and engagement in research, including INVOLVE, clinical research networks, NHS, charitable organisations and Industry.
We will also work closely with the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) to support effective co-ordination of public participation and engagement and the timely translation of research evidence to make an impact on people’s lives.
Newcastle University’s Institute for Ageing is a response to the societal challenge of Ageing, seeking new ways to make the most of the extensive opportunities associated with increasing human longevity, while at the same time solving some of the problems.
The Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre and our Biomedical Research Unit are working with groups like Changing Age and INVOLVE to embed a culture of public engagment in our translational research programme to ensure the needs of the patients are at the core of our strategy to improve the quality of life for individuals as they grow older.
A large organisation providing a real opportunity for patients and members of the public to become involved in ageing research in the North East of England.Read more
Supporting research in the NHS for patients and carers affected by dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease, progressive supranuclear palsy and other neurodegenerative diseases.Read more