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Would you like to get involved in our research? We are keen to hear from patients, donors, carers and members of the public interested to add your views, opinions and the 'lived experience' to research.

UCLH Patient and Public Involvement

Patient and Public Involvement (PPI)

The involvement of patients and public in research, as active partners, is fundamental to our work. The demands of patients for better outcomes and treatment options drive the research outlined in all four of our themes. We aim to ensure that patient and public involvement in research is central to all stages in the development of novel treatment approaches at the UCL Blood and Transplant Research Unit (UCL BTRU) in Stem Cells and Immunotherapies.

We work closely with two Lay Representatives who guide PPI in research at a strategic level. Our dedicated UCL BTRU Lay Panel and other patient groups provide valuable insights on projects specific to the research we do. Recently, our Lay Panel has been joined by five new members. Get in touch, if you are interested to find out more.

Visit our events page about upcoming opportunities to meet UCL BTRU team members and to hear more about elements of our work.


If you have any questions about Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE), please contact Linda von Neree (PPIE Coordinator) at l.vonneree@ucl.ac.uk or 020 3108 7641

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