Volunteer for a trial
We are currently running a number of clinical trials, in the fields of hip and knee disease in particular. If you are interested in participating, please get in touch.
To get more information about volunteering for a study, which trials we are recruiting for and if you are eligible to participate, please contact:
Mr Jurgen Pasha
Clinical Trial Co-ordinator
For and information regarding the H1 Study please contact:
Engage with us
Visit our lab
We encourage you see first hand the research taking place in our lab and welcome any feedback you may have that could help improve research objectives and lead to new research questions.
Join our Patient Involvement Group
Members of the public are invited to help shape the future of our research into more effective methods of surgery and care. Patient Involvement Group members are volunteers and if you are interested and you will be able to commit to attending meetings at least once a term, then please get in contact. Read more at our Patient Involvement Group page.
If you are interested in either of the above please contact:
Ms Colinette Hazel
+44 (0)20 7594 2725
We don't just want your body, research is expensive, and the speed of our development is restrained by what we can afford. For instance, a PhD student working on preventing arthritis, costs £60,000 to fund over the three years of study.
You can make a donation safely and securely from anywhere in the world using your credit or debit card through:
Other ways to give
If you would like to find out more about other ways to give please contact:
Mrs Kathy Lewis
+44 (0)20 7594 2703
Please note: Imperial College is a registered charity and as such qualifies for Gift Aid.
The MSk Lab is a fantastic environment to experience and explore the interaction between science, engineering and medicine. Interacting with our patients and local community helps to improve understanding of the work we do, and inform our research goals. An important part of this engagement is with local school children in the Hammersmith and Fulham area. Interested students are invited to apply for a 2 week summer placement in the lab.
There are only a few places available each year, and anyone interested should email a brief CV, together with a statement on why they would like to come to the MSk Lab, to Kathy Lewis.
The MSk lab offers a few summer posts for internships and placements for a variety of research projects within Musculoskeletal Research.
The MSk Lab also accepts UROP Placements. UROP is a research opportunities programme available to students from within and outside Imperial. Participate in real research and appreciate the environment in which it takes place.
If you are interested in summer student opportunities in the MSk lab please send a CV together with a statement on why they would like to work for the MSk Lab to Kathy Lewis.
NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships
Academic Clinical Fellowships are three-year fellowships, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). These posts combine research and teaching time with clinical training (75% clinical training time, 25% research and teaching time). Over the three years, fellows may spend time in the lab performing research as dedicated 3-6 month blocks or as 1-2 days per week over the three years.
As an ACF you will be fully immersed in the research and teaching activities at the MSk Lab and Musculoskeletal Medical Engineering Centre at Imperial. Previous fellows have benefited from the close collaboration between the MSk Lab at the Charing Cross Campus and the Biomechanics Lab within the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the South Kensington Campus. Fellows will be encouraged to register for a PhD/MD(Res) and teach on the courses run at the MSk Lab.
Current and previous MSk Lab fellows:
ST3+ ACF (2009-2013): Simon Newman
ST1 Academic Clinical Fellows:
- 2012-2016: Oliver Boughton
- 2013-2017: Kartik Logishetty
- 2014-2018: Adam Ali
For more information please visit the following websites or contact Oliver Boughton (email@example.com)