The University of Glasgow has successful in the prestigious Medical research council 2021 Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) competition, to train the next generation of trial approaches. As a part of experiments in the methodology research partnership involving 12 UK University partners, these 4-years of award offers a total of 6 PhD studentships for every year. This partnership DTP brings 12 partners together to the University of Liverpool, the institute of Cancer research, Newcastle University, Queen Mary University London, University college London, The university of Bangor, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Cambridge, and Glasgow to offer doctoral training for 30 students across UK. Glasgow DTP lead Prof. Rod Taylor from the University MRC/CSO social and public health sciences unit said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized not only the consequence clinical trials and also the necessitate for an innovative trial design.
Prof. Paula Williamson from the University of Liverpool’s department of health data science