UCL Medical School has been awarded an Athena SWAN silver award (2014) for its work on advancing the careers of women scientists.
Athena SWAN awards are made to universities or their departments that have shown
significant progress in addressing the imbalance in career progressions
of women vs men in science, engineering and technology.
- See the Athena SWAN website for more information on the awards.
We are currently working towards submitting an application for the Athena SWAN silver award in 2017.
Previous UCL Medical School Athena SWAN application:
- UCL Medical School: Research of Women in Medicine
- REF 2014 case study on ethnicity
- PhD student Emily Unwin (UCL Medical School) presents her research on the poor performance of doctors in the UK and what role gender plays, if any. 'What's (not so) up doc?'
Our Teaching & Public Engagement: