The Joint Research and Development Office is a joint office for researchers at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust. For more information visit their website.
For academics & clinicians
We provide other hospitals and universities with many of our clinical and academic laboratory services.
We offer a range of short courses and taster courses for health professionals, those interested in child health and professionals allied to medicine. These are open to external delegates.
The UCL Great Ormond Street Institute for Child Health has excellent facilities for large for meetings and conferences. The venue is available for hire to those within UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital as well as external organisations wishing to host events. The ICH Events Office provides full event management for events ranging from international conferences and meetings, to product launches and exhibitions, with catering also available.
UCL Medical Photography & Health Creatives is a medical photography, illustration, video-conferencing, audiovisual and graphic design department based at Great Ormond Street. Their services are offered both within the hospital and the Institute and to external clients.
All research carried out by Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health (ICH) is managed by the Joint Research and Development Office. The R&D Office has dedicated teams who provide support and guidance during the research process.
Based within ICH's Population, Policy and Practice Programme, SSS is available to staff from ICH and GOSH and provides statistical support to researchers contributing to the maintenance of high standards of published research within the joint institution.
For children and families to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
The services and facilities available for GOSH families can be found in the 'parents and visitors' and 'children' sections of the GOSH website. Here, you can also read the information sheets we produce on a range of conditions and treatments.
Children who are coming to Great Ormond Street Hospital may also want to find out what activities are available for them here.