Podcast 13 Allan Gaw

NIHR Business of Discovery podcast series releases latest 'Role of Funder' edition

Date: 17 August 2017

The latest National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) Business of Discovery podcast has been released today, highlighting the role of the funder in research.

The podcast is entitled 'The Role of the Research Funder' and includes an interview with the British Heart Foundation Medical Director, Prof Sir Nilesh Samani. The short audio interview explores how research is funded and what the role of a research funder entails.

The latest podcast is the 13th in a series of audio interviews with Prof Allan Gaw, which aim to highlight various topics relevant to clinical research. Allan Gaw is the Associate Director for Educational Quality Standards at the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (NIHR-CRN) at the University of Leeds.

The podcast and all previous podcasts from the series can be listened to here

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    The podcast is entitled 'The Role of the Research Funder' and includes an interview with the British Heart Foundation Medical Director Prof Sir Nilesh Samani. The short audio interview explores how research is funded and what the role of a research funder entails.
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