Who are we?
The British Neurosurgical Trainee Research Collaborative was founded in 2012 as an initiative of the British Neurosurgical Trainee Association (BNTA).

Our collaborative is supported by the Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS), the UK Neurosurgical Research Network (UKNSRN) and the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 
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What are our aims?
We aim to undertake high-quality neurosurgical research and in turn, help to improve care and outcomes for neurosurgical patients.

Who can join?
The BNTRC is open to all trainees/junior staff interested in undertaking high-quality neurosurgical research. To be updated on our work, please join the BNTA mailing list via the BNTA website.

What are the benefits?
- Develop links with a research active network of neurosurgical trainees and consultants
- Become involved with large multi-centre research studies
- Participate in worthwhile research projects regardless of whether you undertake out of programme research or not
- Ensure you get the numbers you need for your study

How do we manage our projects? Find out more here>>

How is the BNTRC committee selected? Find out more here>>

An initiative of

Supported by

UK Neurosurgical Research Network (UKNSRN)

Want to get in touch?

  • Proposals for new studies can be sent any time to bntrc.committee{at}gmail.com

Management committee

Aswin Chari (BNTRC Chair)
Aimun Jamjoom (BNTA Academic Representative, Past BNTRC Chair & Study Lead)
Angelos Kolias (Study Lead, Past BNTRC Chair)
Damiano Barone (BNTA Chair)
Alexis Joannides (Data Curator)
Aminul Ahmed (Study Lead)
Ellie Broughton (Study Lead)
Ruichong Ma (Study Lead)
Jignesh Tailor (Study Lead)
Francesco Vergani (Study Lead)
Julie Woodfield (Study Lead)
Ingrid Hoeritzauer (Study Lead)

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