Applications close at 17:00 on Monday 4th March 2019.
Guts UK and BSPGHAN aim to fund 2 projects with a maximum budget of £40,000 per project.
The workshop is a great opportunity for trainees and is delivered by world renowned IBD experts.
GutsUK are delighted to share with BSG members that we now have more than 20 active projects over the UK totalling almost £2 million.
The Senior Research Policy Manager at the AMRC has compiled a list of FAQs pertaining to Excess Treatment Costs.
PROFILE is currently open in 33 centres around the UK (with 7 more to come) and aims to recruit 400 participants over the next 2 years
Application deadline: 4th February 2019. The successful candidate will deliver a lecture at BSG 2019. Applications are now open.
Application deadline: 4th February 2019. The successful recipient will deliver a 30-minute lecture at BSG 2019.
The Guts UK / Dr Falk awards recognise the achievements of those who bring new knowledge and insight to gastroenterology and hepatology
One of the highlights of this year’s BSG meeting was a symposium organised by the BSG Trainee Committee on trainee research networks.
Autologous Stem cell Transplantation In refractory Crohn’s disease – Low Intensity Therapy Evaluation
Five research projects selected to use national clinical audit data to improve health care quality in the UK
Five research projects have been selected by the Health Foundation as part of its £1.6 million open call for research
Guts UK is looking for new members to diversify its Research Awards Committee (RAC)
The BSG’s new research strategy sets out our vision to make BSG a world leading and innovative organisation for gastroenterology.
Alcohol screening together with referral or intervention is becoming part of routine practice in England.
The Health Research Authority has released further operational guidance on their website for researchers and study coordinators on the implications of GDPR for the delivery of research in the UK.
The primary objective of this study will be to assess whether stabilising gut dysbiosis with FMT in patients with advanced cirrhosis is both feasible and safe.
This year, the award lecture will be delivered by Dr James Lee, Wellcome Trust Intermediate Clinical Fellow and Consultant Gastroenterologist at the University of Cambridge.
This report sets out the funding allocations for the 15 Local Clinical Research Networks (LCRNs) for the financial year 2018/19 and provides a summary of changes made to the CRN funding model.
Congratulations go to BSG member Tariq Ahmad, who has been appointed to this role.