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Health newsletter

We have paused the UCL Health Bulletin and are no longer taking submissions. Find out other ways to keep up to date with Health-related activity and research support from across UCL.

Alternative newsletters 

Sign up to our Domain, virtual School, and health research support teams’ e-Newsletters to receive updates on the latest news, events, training and funding opportunities that relate to the cross-disciplinary research taking place across UCL. These include: 

Keep up to date with news and announcements 

We’ll continue to share the latest health news from UCL via UCL News and through our central staff, student and Doctoral School communications channels. And look out for local announcements through your faculty and department communications. 

Keep up to date with UCL Podcasts 

You can find the latest UCL Podcasts via the UCL Minds webpages, including UCL Health of the Public’s Public Health Disrupted and UCL Neuroscience Domain’s Brain Stories

Find upcoming events 

You can find upcoming health-related faculty, domain and institutional events with UCL’s events feed. And the UCL Therapeutic Innovation Networks organise a wide variety of events to promote translational research within UCL and provide networking opportunities with industry partners.   

Don't miss funding opportunities 

Keep an eye on funding opportunities via the Research Coordination Office (RCO) and Translational Research Office (TRO) webpages.  

The RCO works to support and promote cross-disciplinary research communities and collaborations, increase the success of research funding applications, and develop UCL’s health-related research strategies. Find information about internal and external funding opportunities.  

And the TRO supports applications for external translational funding opportunities, and provides proof-of-concept funding for UCL academics. Find funding opportunities available to UCL and partner researchers

Find upcoming training, workshops and webinars 

The Academic Careers Office (ACO) and Joint Research Office provide training and support for academics and researchers.   
The ACO helps to promote, support and develop all aspects of academic and clinical academic careers in health-related disciplines across UCL. Find opportunities for training, support and mentorship to researchers and clinicians.    
And the JRO provides researchers at UCL and UCLH with courses and training in clinical research governance, regulations, and GCP. Find opportunities for development.