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Leeds Liver Research Group

Leeds Liver Research Group

Overview

This is an opportunity to inform research by sharing lived experience of liver disease.

  • twice a year a 3-hour long meeting, plus variable review work in between
  • Public/Patient Representative
  • Influence

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Aim

We are seeking patient and lay representatives to support and guide the work of the Leeds Liver Research group. This is a group of scientists and clinicians from the University of Leeds and the Leeds Teaching Hospitals dedicated to all aspects of research into liver disease. For this group to be effective it is important that its activities are informed by people with experience of liver disease and by members of the public. 

What will I be asked to do?

Members of the group will be asked to attend meetings (virtually or in person) every six months to review activity of the group, and to review research proposals every now and then between formal meetings.  

When and where?

Face to face meetings if safe to do so (Leeds), most activities can be done online.  

No specific date.

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