Penta training

Penta is one of the most prominent scientific organisations dedicated to paediatric research – focusing on optimising prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases in children. Please click here for training opportunities:

MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL MAMS Clinic

 This is an advisory service on how to optimise the design, implementation, and analysis of your multi-arm multi-stage (MAMS) randomised platform trial. We provide advice on how to maximise the efficient of testing several treatments for you and the community.

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AREF-MRC Towards Leadership Programme

Closing date 6 May 2024 The Africa Research Excellence Fund (AREF) is delighted to announce the launch of the Towards Leadership Programme in partnership with the UKRI Medical Research Council.READ MORE

Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs

Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs A six-part online course introducing the future of clinical trials Dates 31st January – 30th November 2024 Infectious diseases are an urgent global concern, yet traditional randomised controlled trials lag behind what is needed in terms ...READ MORE

Online course for interpretation of CXRs in children with presumptive TB

Available free-of-charge to all audiences

The course is based on the Union’s Diagnostic CXR Atlas for Tuberculosis in Children: a Guide to chest X-ray Interpretation (2nd edition, 2022) that provides pragmatic guidance to healthcare professionals working in child tuberculosis. We aim to narrow the detection-treatment ...READ MORE

Online MSc Clinical Trials Courses

The UCL Institute of Clinical Trials & Methodology (ICTM) online programmes for healthcare graduates.

Join one of these exciting online programmes for healthcare graduates (pharmacy, life sciences, medicine, nursing).READ MORE

The Research Learning Lectures

Hosted by the NIHR Associate Principal Investigator (PI) Scheme

The Research Learning Lectures are a series of lectures for anyone in Health and Social Care interested in learning more about research hosted by the NIHR Associate Principal Investigator (PI) Scheme.READ MORE