New video series launches to support researchers
Meet the researchers who’ve been supported by NIHR Research Design Service London, from the early stages through to a successfully funded project.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) helps to improve people’s health and well-being through high-quality research. This requires strong research proposals which is where Research Design Service (RDS) London can help.
RDS London offers high-quality advice and support to health and social care researchers from an early research idea through to a successfully funded project. A video series has been launched showcasing the type of support RDS provides.
Funded by NIHR, the service was established in 2008 along with 10 other regional services in England. RDS London is brought together by four world leading research-led universities; led by King’s College London in partnership with Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London and University College London.
Meet some of the researchers involved:
Dr Sharlene Greenwood
Sharlene finished her PhD four years ago and is now undertaking a NIHR clinical lectureship (now known as a NIHR Advanced Research Fellowship).
Giskin is a part-time PhD student at King’s College London and has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Doctoral Studentship.
Explore more of the case studies on the Research Design Service London website.