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Case studies

Learn how other Wellcome Trust funded researchers have benefited from their engagement activities and training.

If you would like help developing your own skills for engaging with the public and your peers, please contact us for more information.

To help improve our training and support, we also want to hear about your experiences and views on engaging the public so please tell us what you think.

Public events Wellcome Trust Strategic Programme on the Human Body Find out how the Wellcome Trust Strategic Programme on the Human Body made use of a £5000 award to extend their public engagement.
Patient groups The London Pain Consortium Find out how the London Pain Consortium made use of a £5000 award to extend their public engagement.
Schools and young people The Wellcome Trust Tropical Centre Find out how the The Wellcome Trust Tropical Centre in Liverpool made use of a £5000 award to extend their public engagement.
Public events The Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology Find out how the Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology in Glasgow made use of a £5000 award to extend their public engagement.
Arts When science meets art Collaborating with artists leads to creative ways of exposing the public to science. Learn how Hugo Spiers, recipient of two Wellcome Trust Arts Awards, has used the medium of film to engage the public with neuroscience.
Broadcast Telling a narrative through film Audiovisual media can reach a broad audience. Read how attending a narrative skills workshop helped Elizabeth Hurren work with the broadcast industry.
Government and science policy Taking science to Parliament Getting involved with government bodies can have a direct impact on science policy for your field. Read how Heidi de Wet got her voice heard at the highest level.
Schools and young people Researchers in Residence The Researchers in Residence scheme enables PhD students to engage with children within host schools. Read about Petra Schneider's experience at North Berwick High School.
Schools and Young People Open day at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell-Matrix Research Open days for local school children offer the opportunity for your department to engage with your local community. Read how Ceri Harrop got involved.
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