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The UK National Interventional Radiology Trainee Research (UNITE) Network is a junior/trainee led research network. We are supported by the BSIR, BSIRT & IR Juniors. Our aims are to promote academic interventional radiology, run multi-centre projects and provide mentorship.

Steering Committee: Robin Borchert, Jim Zhong, Indrajeet Mandal, Gregory Makris

 

If you would like to be a collaborator on any of our research projects, or have your own idea that you think we can help with, get in touch!

Current Projects

A list of the active projects within the IR Research Network

Interventional Radiology Virtual Journal Club

Run by BSIRT & IR Juniors

The BSIRT & IR Juniors Journal club is a monthly journal club aimed at juniors/trainees. Each month features a trainee presenting a paper, followed by expert panel discussion around the topic. We highly encourage anybody interested in IR to attend these sessions and learn about IR in an academic context!

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Multicentre Audit of Cholecystostomy and Further interventions (MACAFI)

A multi-centre retrospective cohort study investigating percutaneous cholecystostomy in the setting of acute calculus cholecystitis and assessing follow up and further Interventional Radiology procedures. 

If you would like to get involved, email us at Bsirt@bsir.org

Radial vs Femoral Access for Mechanical Thrombectomy in Stroke (RADFEM)

A multi-centre study investigating radial vs femoral access in mechanical thrombectomy (MT) operators across the UK. View our protocol at https://osf.io/zqta2/.

IR Clinical Practice & Training Reviews

Review Projects

Current projects include:

- Review of the impact of COVID on Interventional Radiology Services 

- Review on gender in interventional radiology - based on the global IR training survey 

 
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