The Crick’s partner universities (Imperial, King’s and UCL) have coordinated the HEI-Crick Attachment Seminar Series to showcase the outputs of the Attachment Programme.  


The UCL's HEI-Crick Attachment Seminar Series ran as follows. To see the recordings of these talks, please visit the UCL Seminar Series website.

  • 14 February 2022: Paola Bonfanti hosted by the Crick's Dominique Bonnet. Reconstitution of a long-lived functional human thymus by postnatal clonogenic stem/progenitor cells. 
  • 28 February 2022: Jernej Ule hosted by the Crick's Sila Ultanir. How do protein-RNA condensates form and contribute to disease? 
  • 14 March 2022: Edina Rosta hosted by the Crick's Dan GroomComputational modelling of phosphate catalytic reactions. 
  • 28 March 2022: Mariya Moosajee hosted by the Crick's Nic TaponHow do genetic perturbations lead to ocular maldevelopment? 


The HEI-Crick Attachment Seminar Series were hosted by King's in 2021. To view recordings of any of these talks, please contact the Crick-Imperial Partnership Manager, Dr Corinne Hanlon.

  • 7 June 2021: Snezhana Oliferenko hosted by the Crick's Frank UhlmannExploiting Divergent Biology of Two Fission Yeasts to Understand Membrane Function
  • 5 July 2021: Katie Bentley hosted by the Crick's James Briscoe. Temporal Adaptation of Vascular Branching: Untangling Collective Cell Feedback In Silico and In Vivo


The final set of HEI attachment programme seminars will commence in 2023. To express an interest in speaking or attending, please contact the Crick-Imperial Partnership Manager, Dr Corinne Hanlon.