What do PRISMs do?

PRISMs connect people and processes, drive research development, dissemination, communication, and ensure that research investments are utilised to their full potential.

PRISMs act as arbiters to unite individual research agendas into a collaborative approach, and drive opportunities for building teams that are larger than the sum of their parts, rather than opportunities for individual output.

PRISMs build new connections internally and externally to foster ideas and income generation across Higher Education Institutions (HEI), governmental agencies, industry, and the general public.

PRISMs add their expertise around vision statements, people engagement and community building, governance, research communication, event management and more to grant applications.

PRISMs bridge between the day-to-day running of their research ecosystems and the development of long-term strategies to grow the respective research area locally, nationally, and internationally wherever possible.


Dr Anja Roeding
+44 1392 724132

University of Exeter, Physics Building, Stocker Road
EX4 4QL, Exeter, United Kingdom

Last edited: 23 Oct 2021

Contact: a.roeding@exeter.ac.uk