The Crick Interest Groups were developed to bring together scientists working on diverse biological systems, with many different complementary sets of expertise, to understand how these processes are regulated in health, and how their breakdown can result in diverse diseases. There are eight interest groups at the Crick, all of which run a series of regular internal and external seminars centred around each of the following themes: 

  • Cancer
  • Development and Stem Cells
  • Genes to Cells
  • Immunology
  • Infections
  • Neuroscience
  • Structural and Chemical Biology

The aim of the Interest Groups is to enhance scientific discussion by strengthening existing interactions and promoting new links within and across the different Interest Groups. Regular internal and external seminars enrich scientific discourse across the institute, whilst also maximizing the training of our PhD students, postdocs and other team members. Our internal seminar series are advertised in-house and only open to Crick Interest Group and Associate Interest Group members.

Applications for associate interest group membership are currently open and will close on Tuesday 21 March 2023. Applications can be made via the Crick’s Interest Group and Forums webpage.

Further information is also available on the Crick’s website.