Knowledge exchange

Knowledge exchange cross cutting strand

Lead: Dr Athene Lane

The programme will lead to the identification of potentially modifiable targets and predictive biomarkers that will in-turn enable the development of interventions to be tested in RCTs or the formulation of rigorous evidence-based clinical guidelines.

The translation of robust findings about causal associations will take advantage of a range of resources for knowledge transfer, including the BRTC (Lane), NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre BRC, Bristol Health Partners; the Collaboration for Leadership In Applied Health Research and Care – West (Donovan), Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, the NIHR School for Public Health Research and the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (Munafò). The Biomedical Research Centre has a cancer workpackage led by Richard Martin that takes key findings from this programme into feasibility studies that could then lead to RCTs.

Richard Martin doing some filming in Millennium Square, Bristol
Image credit: Cancer Research UK
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