22 December 2014
Our members work with universities in different ways; most fund research projects, some support people and others invest in infrastructure.
- AMRC members are committed to supporting medical and health research in universities
- We work with universities and our members to ensure the Charity Research Support Fund is maintained.
- Our vision for research in the NHS looks at how we can encourage NHS staff to work more closely with their local universities – including through Academic Health Science Centres and Networks and CLAHRCs.
Quality and standards
- All research funded by AMRC members in UK universities is peer reviewed to world-class standards.
- We recommend the Concordat to support research integrity.
- Research funded by AMRC members is eligible for the Charity Research Support Fund (CRSF) if it is awarded through open competition. Our member profiles indicate whether a charity’s funding streams are eligible for CRSF.
Data and impact
- In 2013 the combined UK Charity Research Support Fund was £228 million.
- In England the Charity Research Support Fund provides universities with up to a 26% uplift on the funds they receive from charities.
- The AMRC research portfolio database shows that 91% of charity funded research in the UK takes place in universities.