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Evaluation support officer job description
31 October 2014
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This is a new role to support charities who are working with a new system to show the impact of medical research.
Statement on the use of animals in research
30 October 2014
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All AMRC members support our position statement on the use of animals in research. The statement sets out our support for the principle of using animals in research when it is necessary to advance understanding of serious health conditions to develop better treatments and there is no alternative that can be used to find out the same information without using animals.
Repurposing and rescuing of medicines
24 October 2014
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A briefing to describe repurposing and rescuing of medicines
Patient voice
24 October 2014
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A briefing to describe the value of the patient voice
Glossary
24 October 2014
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A glossary to describe the common organisations you may come across when working with industry
Biosimilars
24 October 2014
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A briefing to describe biosimilars
Adaptive Licensing and Early Access
24 October 2014
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A briefing to describe adaptive licensing and early access to medicines
Charities at the heart of UK medical research
19 September 2014
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Charities are at the heart of UK medical research: An infographics sheet with key facts and figures about AMRC members to highlight the importance of charities to the UK medical research sector.
Charities' contribution to UK medical research
19 September 2014
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AMRC member charities fund over a third of publicly funded research in the UK, spending £1.3bn in 2013 via steady funding streams in each UK region. More in-depth analysis of charity funding shows that charities fund at all stages of the research process and in a wide-range of health areas.
Why do charities fund animal research? A leaflet from AMRC
19 September 2014
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AMRC has designed a public facing leaflet for our members to use whenever they get asked questions about animal research.

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