#Diabetes Research Network – DRN website update – 85

The Diabetes Research Network is packed to the brim with info about diabetes research in the UK and their website http://ukdrn.org/ is worth having a wander around. They send out periodic updates (including job vacancies). They are part of the larger Clinical Research Network http://www.ukcrn.org.uk/index.html

In particular I wanted to highlight how easy they’ve made it for anyone else who sees this to sign up. I am going to take a little bit of credit for that because I did email them a while back and suggest it – and they immediately agreed with me. Countless others haven’t. So ‘yay’ for the DRN.  

From: drninfo
Sent: 22 June 2010 12:12
To: Me, among others
Subject: DRN website update – 85

The following updates have been made to the DRN website:

Updated pages:

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      Events – Challenges of Gastric Surgery – 30th June 2010

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      Thames Valley DLRN – Portfolio Update June 2010

Please note that you may need to refresh your browser to view the changes.

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