Our members have…
Universities, government and funding bodies use our membership as an indicator of quality research funding.
We ensure our member charities’ collective voice is heard and acted on through consultation responses and meetings with government and other key stakeholders in the medical research sector.
We publish position statements that communicate our member charities’ united stance on key sector issues and prompt positive change.
We develop infographics and reports that demonstrate the vital role our member charities play in the UK life sciences and economy.
We hold regular events where our member charities meet key stakeholders in the medical research sector including industry, government, and public bodies. We also run several networks and groups with member charities and supporter organisations to encourage collaboration and shared learning.
We equip our member charities with regular guidance and training events, provide quality standards [those listed in our eligibility criteria] and carry out an audit of our members’ peer review processes every five years.