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15 October 2022
Applications are open for the Crick’s Clinical PhD. Apply to the three-year programme before midday on Tuesday 15 November 2022 if you wish to pursue a career in research. Full details on the Crick’s Clinical Doctoral Fellows webpage.

10 October 2022
The call for entry to the Crick’s PhD programme is now open. If you wish to embark upon a career in biomedical research, apply before midday on Thursday 10 November 2022. Full details on the Crick’s PhD students webpage.

03 October 2022
The Crick is seeking applicants for the role of Clinical Group Leader. The deadline to apply is 23.59 on Thursday 3 November 2022. Full details on the Crick’s Clinical Group Leader webpage.

26 September 2022
For those with funding in place, the call for Clinical Postdoctoral Training Fellows is open year-round. The call for fully Crick funded fellowships will open in March 2023. Full details on the Crick's Postdoctoral Clinical Fellows webpage.

04 August 2022
The 3rd London Infections and Immunity Symposium will take place at the Crick on Monday 31 October and Tuesday 1 November 2022. This two-day hybrid event will highlight cutting edge research on infectious diseases and immunology taking place across London with keynote lectures from Doreen Cantrell (University of Dundee) and Gordon Brown (Exeter). Full details and registration on the Crick’s website.

04 August 2022
Attention biomedical engineers and materials scientists – the 6th Biological Making Workshop will be held on Tuesday 11 October 2022. The event will focus on innovative engineering devices for biomedical research and cover microfluidics and biomaterials, electronics, optics, mechanics, macro and micro manufacturing and features Donald E. Ingber (Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard). Full details and registration on the Crick’s website.

24 June 2022
Crick Attachment holder Dr Marco Di Antonio (Chemistry) has been awarded one of eight 2022 Lister Research Prize Fellowships, which comes with £250,000 in flexible funding. Dr Di Antonio’s group develops chemical tools to assess how DNA changes structurally and chemically during ageing and disease development. Read more on Imperial’s main news website.

07 June 2022
Dr Irene Miguel-Aliaga from the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences will be speaking at this event (Sunday 9 and Monday 10 October) where state-of-the-art developmental biology across the lifecourse will be showcased. The multidisciplinary programme will highlight the latest innovations in live imaging of developing systems, organoid approaches to unravel developmental mechanisms, and the mathematical modelling of morphogenesis and organ homeostasis. Full details and registration on the Crick’s website.

07 June 2022
Featuring a talk from the Department of Immunology and Inflammation’s Dr Jessica Strid, this year's Crick Cancer Research Symposium (Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 October) will consider multiple angles of cancer research and provide a forum for lively discussion. Full details and registration on the Crick’s website.

07 June 2022
Co-organised by Imperial PI and Crick Group Leader Ben Schumann and the Royal Society of Chemistry, the aim of the meeting is to unify the chemical biology/drug discovery community with applications in biomedicine. For this two-day event (Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 September), the organisers have put together an exceptional lineup of speakers and we hope that you will join us. Full details and registration on the Crick’s website.

Attachment call 2022 now open 07 February 2022
The 2022 call for applications to the attachment programme is open from Monday 7 February until 1500 on Monday 4 April 2022. Full details can be found on the Attachment Programme pages of this site. For any further information, please contact the Crick-Imperial Partnership Manager, Dr Corinne Hanlon   

Roadshow04 February 2022 
In her capacity as Chair of the Crick Advisory Group (CAG), Professor Maggie Dallman will be giving a series of talks to various departments and groups over the coming weeks around the opportunities open to our community through the Crick Partnership including the attachment programme. This is open to College staff only. To find out dates, please email the Crick-Imperial Partnership Manager, Dr Corinne Hanlon Original photo © Chris Ansell DiffusedLight Photography. 

Demis 01 February 2022
Demis Hassabis, the founder and CEO of DeepMind, gives the first lecture in the Crick's fifth year anniversary event series on 24 February 2022 from 16:00 until 17:10. Visit the Crick website to sign up to attend this virtual event.

UCL Seminar Series28 January 2022
Considering applying for an attachment at the Crick? Join us as we hear the experiences of some of UCL's attachment holders (Paola Bonfanti, Jernej Ule, Edina Rosta, and Mariya Moosajee). Full details on our Events page in HEI Seminar Series.  

Medicine at the Crick 17 March 202221 January 2022 
Call now open: Medicine at the Crick, Thursday 17 March 2022. Hosted by the Crick's Prof Dominique Bonnet with lectures from Prof John Dick (Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University of Toronto), Prof Axel Behrens (CRUK Convergence Science Centre, Institute of Cancer Research & Imperial College London), Prof Simona Parrinello (UCL Cancer Institute) and Prof Jeremy Rich (UPMC Hillman Cancer Centre). Full details and registration on the Crick's website

Louise Walport Rising Star10 January 2022 
Imperial-Crick Physical Sciences Group Leader Dr Louise Walport one of three Imperial researchers to be awarded European Research Council Starting Grants worth collectively more than €4.5 million. Read the full story on Imperial's news website

Wendy Barclay CBE31 December 2021 
Professor Wendy Barclay, Crick satellite holder, Head of Department of Infectious Disease and Chair in Influenza Virology - awarded a CBE for her contributions to the study of viruses and her research during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full story on 
Imperial's news website.  

Ben Schumann EMBO Young Investigator10 December 2021
Imperial-Crick Physical Sciences Group Leader Dr Ben Schumann named an EMBO (European Molecular Biology Organisation) Young Investigator. The Young Investigator Programme recognises and supports outstanding life scientists in early stages of their independent careers. Read the full story on Imperial's news website.

abstract image22 November 2021
Aspiring entrepreneurs and first time CEOs: the call is now open for the PULSE programme (Programme for Up and coming Life Science Entrepreneurs) which will run 14–16 March 2022. Apply on BIA's PULSE website

Image17 November 2021
The Beddington Development Biology Symposium will run from 7–8 February 2022. To submit an abstract by 16 December 2021, or to register to attend, please visit the Crick’s website.

A woman with a skin condition12 November 2021
The Crick’s first ever Rare Diseases Conference will run on 28 February 2022. Register on the Crick’s website