About

Welcome to the Research Support blog at Northumbria University. We are part of the Research & Business Services team and we provide research support for all academic Schools across the University.

We write about the latest research news, policy analysis, training events and funding opportunities for academic staff, researchers and postgraduate students at Northumbria. Our aim is to provide support and guidance to enable you to find information you need, understand the funding environment and submit high quality research funding bids.

Image Credit: The header image for this blog is City Campus East Northumbria University by Ian Britton and is licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC 2.0.


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Contact Us

We are part of Research & Business Services, which is based in MEA House near the Ellison Building on City Campus West: Research and Business Services MEA House (Floors 1 and 2) Northumbria University Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8ST To get in touch, just email your relevant Research Funding and Policy Manager in the first …

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Help

Click on the title above to get to the home page where you’ll find all the latest posts. On the right hand side of the home page is the sidebar, which has various options to help you find what you’re looking for: you can search the archive by month, click on a tag, or sort posts by category. In …

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Meet the Team

Here are the people who make this blog happen: Sam King – Research Funding and Policy Manager: Sam is the RBS point of contact for funding development for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. Sam provides development support for research applications to all funders, including EU, UK and international. Before coming to Northumbria Sam worked at …

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