UCL Health


Working in partnership

We take a partnership approach to developing real-world solutions for health issues and we are pivotal to a range of exciting strategic initiatives. Developing partnerships with a range of institutions - including universities, hospitals, schools, businesses and government - is a key priority and strength of UCL Health.

Partnership major projects

Working together



We blend research and teaching in medicine with clinical care and population health through partnership with world class London NHS Foundation Trusts - University College London HospitalsGreat Ormond Street Hospital for ChildrenMoorfields Eye Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and Whittington Health.

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UCLPartners accelerate scientific discovery and innovation into practice for the benefit of patients and the public. Working in partnership across research, innovation and education to improve population health for more than five million people served by our NHS partners. Our work also has national and international influence.

Biomedical Research Centre

NIHR Biomedical Research Centres

UCL is a member of three Biomedical Research Centres of the National Institute for Health Research - the UCLH Biomedical Research Centre, the Moorfields Biomedical Research Centre and Great Ormond Street Hospital Biomedical Research Centre. The Centres are leaders in scientific translation of fundamental biomedical research into clinical research that benefits patients.

Translational Research Office


Knowledge transfer, entrepreneurship and partnership working with industry are critical components of our aim to generate and apply new knowledge. The Translational Research Office coordinates a network of mutually beneficial and tailored collaborations which support, complement and accelerate the translation of UCL’s biomedical research.

Partnerships and Projects

Health Partnerships

Our Health Partnerships team supports strategic partnership projects for UCL Health. This includes providing operations and project management support for UCLPartners Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) and the Francis Crick Institute.

Global Engagement

International partnerships

UCL Health has partnerships and collaborations around the world, ranging from research collaborations with leading universities to student exchanges and agreements with business and industry. Our international partnerships are supported and managed by the Global Engagement Office, who also maintain a list of current agreements.