THE RESEARCH COLLAB
SMARTER, MORE EFFICIENT
A multi-centre funded prospective observational study to assess the outcomes of non-anaemic patients undergoing elective surgery for colorectal cancer with iron deficiency relative to patients that are iron replete. Looking for additional clinical sites.
WHAT IS THE RESEARCH COLLAB?
Research drives medical innovation and safety but the research process can be hard. Some researchers can't find projects or the support they need, while others cannot find funding to support their research. We are here to make research easier. We help connect researchers with projects.
Our passion to help researchers is real and as such there is currently no fee for using The Research Collab.
WHY POST A PROJECT?
Get help with specific parts of your research such as statistics, manuscript writing, or data collection
Build inter-professional research teams with allied health, statisticians, or even translators
Recruit investigators from other clinical sites to make multi-centre trials
Collate case reports from different clinicians to make a case series
Receive feedback on research design and protocols before you start recruiting patients
HOW DOES IT WORK?
POST PROJECTS ONLINE
CONNECT WITH RESEARCHERS AND PROJECTS
IMPROVE TIME AND SKILL UTILISATION
PUBLISH PAPERS FASTER
IMPROVE TREATMENT FOR CANCER, HEART DISEASE, AND MORE
DOES THE RESEARCH COLLAB WORK?
"Research Collab seems like a great initiative. Looking forward to being put in touch with more students"
"Andrew and had I a meeting and he has set me up with a project! Thanks so much for your help. Such a great website you have set up."
"The positions for this particular project were filled however he has organised for me to join a different project. Thanks so much for the help! The website was easy to use, and very quick responses. Thanks"
WHO IS THE RESEARCH COLLAB
Researchers and clinicians who want to make research more efficient so that you can publish your paper faster and patients see the benefits of research earlier.
Dr Sandeep Rakhra
Anaesthetics and ICU Registrar
Ms Lucy Charlton
Clinical Neuropsychology Registrar
St Vincent's Hospital
Dr Birinder Giddey
Deputy Chief Medical Officer
Medical Administration Registrar