Michael was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2014 from our Population Research Committee, to work on a project exploring the association of beta adrenergic receptor expression and beta-blocker use with breast cancer survival.
Population Research Committee
Cancer Research UK has agreed to pilot the implementation of the Activity Capture and Attribution Template (ACAT) and the ACAT Review service. A number of CRUK funding schemes will be involved in this pilot, including the Population Research Committee (PRC). Please click here for information on the planned pilot. Submission of an ACAT will be required with all applications involving NHS costs submitted to the 20 June 2014 deadline; please contact the office if you are unsure whether this applies to your application. For further information and learning resources please visit the NIHR website.
The Population Research Committee (PRC) is responsible for the oversight, development, review, funding and management of a portfolio of awards for research Programmes and Project Grants in population science.
- Clinical and public health epidemiology (excluding primary and secondary prevention studies involving medical interventions, e.g. vaccines and chemoprevention).
- Educational and behavioural research in areas of prevention, screening and early diagnosis.
- Proposals considering clinical trials methodologies or statistics.
- Proposals considering secondary physical effects of treatment.
How proposals are judged
Applications are judged on the basis of scientific excellence, innovation and relevance to cancer research. The Committee meets twice a year and assesses all applications on the basis of their scientific and strategic importance, whilst also studying the expert peer review which is collated for each grant.
Chair of the Population Research Committee
Professor Per Hall - Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institute
Vice-chair of the Population Research Committee
Professor Peter Barrett-Lee - Velindre Cancer Centre, Velindre Hospital, Cardiff
Professor Deborah Ashby - Imperial College London
Professor Linda Bauld - School of Management, University of Stirling
Dr Diane Dixon - School of Psychological Sciences and Health, University of Strathclyde
Professor Mark Gilthorpe - School of Medicine, University of Leeds
Professor Pete Harris - School of Psychology, University of Sussex
Professor Martin Jarvis - Health Behaviour Research Centre, University College London
Professor Richard Martin - School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol
Dr Peter Murchie - Centre of Academic Primary Care, University of Aberdeen
Professor Liam Murray - Centre for Public Health, Queen's University Belfast
Dr Andrew Roddam - Global Head of Epidemiology, GlaxoSmithKline
Professor Peter Sasieni - Centre for Epidemiology, Mathematics and Statistics, Queen Mary, University of London
Dr Joachim Schuz - Section of Environment and Radiation, International Agency for Research on Cancer
Professor Galina Velikova - Section of Oncology and Clinical Research, University of Leeds
Contact for this committee
Dr Anne Helme
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3469 5442