The UK National Interventional Radiology Trainee Research (UNITE) Network is the first junior/trainee led research collaborative in interventional radiology, and was created with the goal of encouraging students and trainees to partake in research. The UNITE team meets regularly and runs multi-centre projects and educational events.
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How to get involved
Visit our academic careers informational webpages
The aim of the UNITE collaborative is to encourage students and trainees into an academic career and provide the necessary information and opportunities in order to do so. Check out our academic careers pages, including the pages on AFP, ACF and research fellowships.
Follow our dedicated twitter account for to academic IR
Follow our dedicated twitter account for academic interventional radiology @IRadResearch. We share updates on our projects, links to interesting papers and other opportunities to get involved within academic radiology and interventional radiology.
Attend our IR research events and journal club sessions
The main academic events we run are the annual Interventional Radiology Research Day, as well as a journal club. For each journal club, we have a trainee presenter followed by a multi-disciplinary panel discussion. Recordings are uploaded to the IRJ YouTube channel.
View the collaborative's academic output
UNITE has achieved early success in running multi-centre projects, as well as presenting at national/international conferences.
View our previous presentations and publications here.
Submit your idea to run as the next national UNITE project
We are always looking for new project ideas to run as a national project.
If you want to lead a national project, then submit your idea, and we will review the proposal for UNITE support! View previous protocols and submit your proposal at firstname.lastname@example.org.