Information about the BACD-Castang Fellowship Programme

These webinars provide information about getting started in paediatric neurodisability research and how to develop your research further

Information about BACD Awards and other national awards and grants in paediatric neurodisability

Priority Setting Partnerships bring patients, carers and clinicians together in specific conditions to identify and prioritise the top 10 'unanswered questions', about the effects of treatments that they agree are most important. The top 10 'unanswered questions' are then perceived as a priority for research.

The BACD Strategic Research Group (SRG) aims to:

  • To identify and encourage high quality clinical research in childhood disability in Britain; in particular collaborative multi-disciplinary projects
  • To encourage and assist people in the field , including families, young people and clinicians, to identify research priorities
  • To facilitate and support the development of major research applications to Wellcome, Medical Research Council, National Institute for Health Research and national charitable funding bodies
  • To encourage and help clinicians, who are interested, to participate in research, and potentially pursue an academic career path
British Academy of Childhood Disability is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1177868
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