Number of applications and funded research grants Research programme Total applications Total applications with one or more trainee Number of funded applications Number of funded applications with one or more trainee EME, HS&DR, HTA, PHR 66111880 (28%)899413 (46%) RfPB3958852 (21%)600163 (27%) 23% of NIHR Trainees apply for NIHR research grants
Success rates of applications with trainees to NIHR Programmes* Applications which have one or more current or previous trainee(s) are more than twice as likely to be funded as an application without a trainee Successful applications With trainee(s) on application 23.2% Without trainee(s) on application 10.6% * Programmes managed by NETSCC
All levels of trainees are successful in obtaining NIHR grants* NIHR Training Award No. of Grants Held Lead ApplicantsCo-Applicants ACF036 CL1370 DRF022 PDF316 CDF616 SRF518 * Grants managed by NETSCC
Evaluating impact NIHR has a responsibility to demonstrate the value and impact of the research that it funds Submission deadline: Friday 12 December Demonstration today 2-3pm Get recognition
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Round 4 winners First prize: TimeLi Dementia Diagnosis Study Sam Creavin, NIHR ACF, University of Bristol Joint runner up prizes: MIA, Management and Interventions in Asthma The MIA Research Team, University College London Interstitial Lung Disease –diagnosis and monitoring by auscultation James Thomson, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
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