10 February 2017Dr Tess Harris discusses the importance of finding innovative ways to ensure middle aged and older adults can embrace a healthier lifestyle.
03 February 2017In our latest blog, Professor Esther Crawley highlights the challenges of research involving children with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).
25 January 2017Professor Matthew Hotopf, NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre Director, explores the potential of informatics and 'big data' in mental health research; a field that could benefit from i4i Challenge Award funding.
20 January 2017In our latest blog, Dr Pippa Bailey discusses the socioeconomic factors surrounding living donor kidney transplantations.
11 January 2017Insight from i4i Programme Director, Martin Hunt, on the 2017 i4i Challenge Award in mental health that launched today.
06 January 2017In our latest blog, we discover how the 100,000 Genomes Project is helping us understand genetic conditions.
22 December 2016This December we are celebrating 10 years of training and career development from the NIHR. This week, Gavin shares his experiences.
22 December 2016In our latest blog, Simon Denegri discusses the importance of the recent results from the JLA’s Alcohol-Related Liver Disease Priority Setting Partnership (PSP).
13 December 2016This December we are celebrating 10 years of training and career development from the NIHR. This week, Alison shares her experiences.
09 December 2016This December we are celebrating 10 years of training and career development from the NIHR. This week, Chris shares his experiences.
07 December 2016This December we are celebrating 10 years of training and career development from the NIHR. This week, Tracey shares her experiences.
02 December 2016This week, Shema Tariq talks about her work with women who have HIV and the affect that the menopause has on them.
24 November 2016In our latest blog, John Gierula explains his work and the benefits of NIHR Fellowships.
22 November 2016Sarah Bailey discusses her career as a nurse, how she became involved in research and her current work.
Can studying ‘real world’ data tell us anything new on biologic therapies and joint replacement surgery?
18 November 2016In our latest blog we consider the usefulness and challenges of using data to inform treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
11 November 2016Find out what makes a good NIHR Fellowship application in our latest blog.
We’re all trying to cope with the depression: Parents’ perspectives of their teenager’s depressive illness
04 November 2016Our latest blog considers how parents cope when their teenage children have depression
28 October 2016In our latest blog, Natalie Edelman discusses her work in the field of sexual health.
“Where Angels Fear to Tread”; What it’s like to conduct a clinical trial in a challenging clinical setting
21 October 2016NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Pamela Jacobsen, speaks of her experiences of running a trial on psychiatric inpatient wards.
14 October 2016Anna Volkmer, an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, talks about her work with dementia patients as a speech and language therapist.