The support and goodwill of our volunteers is vital to the ongoing success of the NIHR BioResource. Becoming a member is only the first step in the process and it is the participation of volunteers in further studies that makes NIHR BioResource unique and allows us to support such a diverse range of different research studies...

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Volunteers

The NIHR BioResource was established to further clinical research within the UK by assisting researchers with volunteer recruitment, specifically volunteer recruitment by genotype and/or phenotype. Researchers can apply to the Cambridge BioResource...

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Researchers

There are approximately 7,000 inherited rare diseases and the genetic basis of about half of these have been discovered, the challenge now is to identify the remaining causes of rare diseases.

Volunteers

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40,000 people urged to sign-up to the largest study of depression and anxiety

Researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s …

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Cambridge team on the air waves

The NIHR Cambridge BioResource team were invited to Cambridge 105 Radio for …

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Short film shows what it’s like to take part in a study as a healthy volunteer

Have you thought about signing up to the NIHR BioResource as …

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