We are looking for 2-3 new members to join our newly formed Lay Panel
We are looking for 2-3 new members to join our Lay Panel informing the development of treatments for inherited genetic disorders or cancers of blood and lymph nodes.
• Have you or a close relative been diagnosed with blood cancer, received a stem cell transplant or undergone immune therapy for a blood disorder?
• Are you interested in contributing your views and opinions to health care research?
If yes, and you are interested to find out more,
please get in touch!
12th June 2019
12th August 2019
NIHR Blood and Transplant Research Unit in Stem Cells and Immunotherapies at University College London (UCL BTRU)
The UCL BTRU is an academic partner of NHS Blood and Transplant and supports their need for research. It focuses on blood stem cell transplantations (the transfer of immature cells that can develop into all types of blood cells, stem cells, which lead to new blood cells in the recipient) and immune therapies that replace, repair or strengthen the immune system’s response to infection or disease with the goal to better treat inherited genetic disorders or cancers of blood and lymph nodes.
Blood, immune system
All of research
individual support by Pateint and Public Involvement and Engagement Coordinator, on the job peer support and training as identified by group members