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22 June 2017
To celebrate AMRC's 30th anniversary we spoke to Liam O'Toole, CEO at Arthritis Research UK (one of our founding members) about the benefits of AMRC membership, the changes that have occurred across the sector in the last 30 years and what is in store for the next 30 years.
8 June 2017
Victoria Barry, Communications, DigitalHealth.London, explains how collaboration between the creators and developers of digital technology for health and the charities relevant to their projects are answering many of the concerns commonly raised as obstacles to co-development, and demonstrating the mutual support benefits of shared enterprise.
30 May 2017
What do you get when you combine UK medical research organisations, a trip on the Eurostar and a research project looking at the value of UK medical research to EU science and health?
11 May 2017
For the past year, talk of HERB has been aplenty in the AMRC office. No, we haven’t suddenly gained a burning interest in gardening or cookery; we’ve been working on the development of the Higher Education and Research Bill, now Act.
24 April 2017
Ed Owen, Head of Stakeholder Engagement at the Medicines Discovery Catapult tells us about the importance of the patient voice in drug discovery and how medical research charities can help bring the unique insight of patients into the discovery process making for quicker, more efficient and, ultimately, more effective therapies down the line.
19 April 2017
A new report published by the Charity Aid Foundation has found that medical research was the cause people were most likely to donate to in 2016. 
13 April 2017
There is an increasing demand for funders to assess their research impact more thoroughly. In March we held an Impact and Evaluation Masterclass to learn from medical research funders and research institutions about how best to collect and disseminate research impact. In this blog we have summarised the key points of the day.
6 April 2017
This is the third and final blog of AMRC’s series on Brexit and medical research. It looks at some of the regulations on medical research and health that will be affected by Brexit.
4 April 2017
Charlotte Pelekanou is a PhD student from the University of Manchester who has been working as a Research Intern for the past three months. Here she provides an overview of what she has been up to during her time at AMRC.
3 April 2017
In this second instalment of AMRC’s blog series highlighting key areas of focus for medical research charities as the UK prepares to leave the EU, we’re looking at one of the most thorny issues - changes to the movement of people.

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