Welcome to the Research Hub.
BSACI research hub is a database that provides health professionals, BSACI members, the public (patients) and charities with the latest information on any ongoing basic, clinical and translational studies in Allergy and Clinical Immunology including but not limited to those funded by charities, research councils and NIHR.
The aim is to increase awareness and collaboration among health professionals engaged in allergy related research.
The BSACI research hub is categorised as follows:
- Airway Allergy
- Basic Science
- Food Allergy
These are the two simple steps needed to submit your research:
- Create an account. This will then automatically register your details.
- Complete the form with your research details.
NB: You do not have to be a BSACI member to register your research on the BSACI Research Hub. However if you do wish to become a BSACI member, please contact Gill Cotton at Gill@bsaci.org
For more information, please contact Maryam Shayeghi at Maryam@bsaci.org.
BSACI research priorities are for the prevention, treatment and improved service delivery for allergic disease. BSACI facilitates communication between researchers, both in scientific meetings and through its journal, Clinical and Experimental Allergy.
BSACI encourages research locally via the BSACI annual meeting where each abstract presented is considered for publication in Clinical & Experimental Allergy and published on the BSACI website.* View online full published abstracts from 2017 BSACI Annual Meeting in the Journal of Clinical & Experimental Allergy. These abstracts are freely available.
BSACI collaborates with other organisations such as Asthma UK to access funding opportunities for projects, grants and fellowships. It also works closely with the UK Respiratory Research Collaborative (UKRRC) endorsing research priorities and submitting them for funding.
* From the end of March 2017 BSACI will only be accepting applications for a travel fellowship to attend the BSACI Annual Meeting.
Research Funding Opportunities
A comprehensive list of funding sources for asthma and respiratory research is provided on the Asthma UK website
National Institute for Health and Research (NIHR)
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is to maintain a health research system in which the NHS supports outstanding individuals, working in world class facilities, conducting leading edge research focused on the needs of patients and the public. It is funded through the Department of Health to improve the health and wealth of the nation through research. Details of funding opportunities can be found on their website.
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