SurreyHealthPartners_logo.jpgSurrey Health Partners is a clinical academic partnership involving local NHS Trusts and universities across Surrey. We share a vision for commitment to excellence in health and medical research and educational development alongside rapid translation of research outcomes into healthcare improvement within Surrey and beyond our borders. Find out more 


NIHR_local_logo.jpgNIHR Clinical Research Network Kent, Surrey & Sussex provides the infrastructure that allows high-quality clinical research to take place in the NHS in our area, so that people can benefit from new and better treatments. We help to increase the opportunities for people to take part in clinical research and ensure that studies are carried out efficiently. We are hosted by Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Find out more


NIHR_logo.jpgNational Institute for Health Research funds health and care research and translates discoveries into practical products, treatments, devices and procedures, involving patients and the public in all our work. We ensure the NHS is able to support the research of other funders to encourage broader investment in, and economic growth from, health research. We work with charities and the life sciences industry to help patients gain earlier access to breakthrough treatments and we train and develop researchers to keep the nation at the forefront of international research. Find out more

JoinDementiaResearch_logo.jpgJoin Dementia Research is a national service that allows people to register their interest and be matched with suitable studies. Dementia is a big challenge; the number of people with Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, and other types of dementia, is set to double over the next 30 years. It is only through research that we can understand what causes the disease, develop effective treatments, improve care and hopefully one day find a cure. But for research to progress we need more people to take part in more studies. Our knowledge of dementia currently falls behind that of other major conditions, such as cancer or heart disease. We have to close this gap. Find out more