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Around three million people in the UK have kidney disease

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Partnerships & collaboration

Our research partnerships

Our goal is always to increase research capacity, research expertise and deliver clear patient benefits.

We work in partnership with a range of organisations; public, private and not-for-profit sectors, UK statutory funding institutes and other medical research charities who all share an interest in our strategic themes:

  • Preventing kidney diseases;
  • controlling and delaying kidney diseases;
  • replacing, restoring and regenerating kidney function;
  • pregnancy and kidney diseases;
  • childhood kidney diseases;
  • addressing inequality in kidney diseases;
  • rare kidney diseases.
Dr Ben Caplin

Partnership options

Our flexible approach allows us to work across a wide range of UK and international partners. We have a variety of business models and span several initiatives, from co-funding large scale research projects to support for the very best early-stage renal research careers.

What we offer our partners

  • An excellent track record in partnerships
  • Best practice approach to funding research
  • Access to an extensive network of renal research innovators, academic experts and institutions
  • Delivering patient views and expertise.

Why partner with us?

  • We have decades of experience working with the UK’s top scientists and clinicians
  • We work in partnership with several commercial organisations
  • We are members of the ABPI patient and public involvement group and we adhere to the ABPI code of practice
  • We are members of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) Patient Group Partners and a member of the SMC Public Involvement Network and the All Wales Medicines Strategy Group's Patient and Public Involvement Group
  • We have robust governance processes for all our research.

How you can partner with us

One way to partner with us is by supporting our annual research conference Fellows Day.

Impact of research

Our partnerships and collaborations

We work with others to increase research capacity, achieving research outcomes sooner and to deliver benefits to people with kidney disease.

Got a question? Get in touch.

For more information or if you have any questions, get in touch with our Research Unit:

0300 303 1100

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