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Research Strategy

Strategic Aim 2

QMUL recognises that growth in the breadth and depth of its research will enable broader partnerships and will work towards these.

Objectives

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1 QMUL will invest in new national and international research partnerships where these show promise, and encourage researchers to build new research contacts and collaborations that further their work and open up new opportunities

Indicators of Progress
There will be at least three major (involving at least three academics from both QMUL and the partner university) new long-term collaborative research agreements with overseas partners per year over the course of this strategy.

2 QMUL will continue to work closely with Barts Health Trust, and will build on our membership of UCLP Academic Health Sciences systems, as well as our Clinical Academic Groups, in order to develop and deliver research that meets NHS priorities

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3 QMUL will work with other universities and organisations to build successful block grant and doctoral training partnerships in order to further develop our postgraduate programmes

Indicators of Progress
There will be at least three major (involving at least three academics from both QMUL and the partner university) new long-term collaborative research agreements with overseas partners per year over the course of this strategy.

4 QMUL will build longā€term relationships with research organisations, government, business, charities and other agencies in order to underpin direct, joint or leveraged funding for research and infrastructure