Education and Training
The Centre has been committed to providing opportunities for new graduates and junior and senior researchers to develop their research in sport, exercise and osteoarthritis.
The Internship Scheme concluded in 2022 and ran from 2013 – 2022.
The scheme was aimed at newly graduated health clinician or health scientists, with a first or upper second-class degree plus medical students (3rd year or later) that had an interest in research in sport, exercise and osteoarthritis. The Scheme allowed candidates to:
- Obtain first-hand experiences of multi-disciplinary research environments in one or more of our collaborative universities (Nottingham, Oxford, Bath, Leeds, Loughborough, Southampton).
- Work alongside some of the UK’s leading medical and allied health researchers
- Use state-of-the-art equipment
- Receive formal education, supervision, evaluation and mentoring
Bursaries (internal only)
The Centre bursary scheme seeks to provide the opportunity for researchers to be able to attend key conferences and research meetings.
These bursaries can be used to cover reasonable travel and accommodation costs.