University of Manchester academic awarded an Impact Fellowship by the UK data service
11 October 2016
Dr. Bram Vanhoutte was awarded a two year Data Impact Fellowship by the UK data service starting now until the summer of 2018.
This fellowship, awarded through an open competition for early career researchers, comes with a £2000 fund for research impact activities, as well as the opportunity to highlight possibilities for research and impact of data in the data impact blog. In his upcoming research project on Resilience in Ageing, Dr. Vanhoutte will work together with key partners from the start on to co-produce output that can be used by policy makers, as well as leading interest organisations and stakeholders themselves. This data impact fellowship will enable him to have more impact activities, as well as giving broad exposure to the UK Data Service.