BHF Alumni

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BHF Alumni is a free membership programme designed to support our community of past and present researchers throughout the world.  If you

  • have been part of the many projects we have funded
  • have undertaken a PhD or post-doctoral research with our support
  • are currently in receipt of funding from us 

Join our network to be supported, informed and connected throughout your research and beyond, wherever your career may take you.

  • Discover: Share and discover new research
  • Connect: Join a community dedicated to our global cause
  • Advance: Gain from professional development opportunities
  • Influence: Become a BHF insider and lead the way on new campaigns
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    Your alumni benefits

    4Chambers

    4Chambers is a quarterly e-magazine. Each issue contains opinion-led pieces written by BHF leaders and members of our global network. It includes notices of events, professional development opportunities and ways to connect with fellow alumni around the world. Read 4Chambers to discover what's in our first issue.

    Alumni Events

    Wherever you are in the world, the BHF is dedicated to keeping in touch with its current and former researchers. Through our events programme, we will be providing opportunities for our members to meet one another, reconnect with the BHF and bring together local communities of scientists who share a dedication to our cause.

    Stay connected

    If you haven't been in touch with the BHF since working on one of our research projects, don't forget to let us know the best way to keep you up to date with new grant opportunities and alumni benefits in the future. From being funded through a PhD to becoming one of our BHF Professors, it's never too early or too late to join BHF Alumni. Just visit our alumni profiles page to learn more about the breadth and depth of our global network. 

    Go beyond research

    Professor Manuel Mayr

     

    "We are forming a community of BHF-funded researchers which goes beyond research, helping the BHF to achieve its vision to reduce cardiovascular disease in the UK and around the world"

    Professor Manuel Mayr, BHF Professor in Cardiovascular Proteomics

     

     

    Sign up today to receive our quarterly e-magazine, hear about alumni events and be informed about professional development opportunities. Not sure if you're eligible? Get in touch to find out.

     

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