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9 August 2017
Aisling Burnand MBE CEO of AMRC responds to NIHR annual statistics showing that more people than ever are now participating in research.
14 July 2017
Commenting on the announcement of a new package of Government support worth up to £86 million to help innovative UK businesses develop real world medical breakthroughs that can be used across the NHS, Aisling Burnand MBE...
12 July 2017
Commenting on the publication of the Government’s response to the National Data Guardian for Health and Care Review of Data Security, Consent and Opt-outs...
10 July 2017
Commenting on the ABPI’s application for a judicial review, Aisling Burnand chief executive of the Association of Medical Research Charities said:
4 July 2017
Aisling Burnand, Chief Executive, Association of Medical Research Charities, said: “New digital technologies offer real potential to provide better clinical care..."
22 June 2017
New data reveals the vital contribution medical research charities make to the UK life sciences sector and economy with almost a third of the Association of Medical Research Charities’ (AMRC) membership leveraging £2bn in further funding from UK and international companies and contributing to the creation of 39 spin out companies.
20 June 2017
AMRC Chief Executive Aisling Burnand MBE commenting on the Academy of Medical Sciences report ‘Enhancing the Use of Scientific Evidence to Judge the Potential Benefits and Harms of Medicines’
16 June 2017
New figures released today reveal that AMRC members funded over £1.6 billion of medical research across the UK in 2016, the biggest proportion of public funding, compared to £1.04 billion from the National Institute for Health Research, and £0.93 billion from the Medical Research Council. 
16 May 2017
AMRC responds to criticism of Google Deepmind about the sharing of patient data.
7 May 2017
A spotlight report published today highlights the positive difference medical research charities are making for people with mental health conditions across the UK. Each year 1 in 4 people in the UK experience a mental illness.