Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering


Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)

The Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering is dedicated to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment for all of our members.
I believe that a diverse society is a better society, and we can only achieve this by supporting everyone. Working with the EDI Committee, and across the department, I want to help break down the structural barriers to engineering and academia."
- Dr Henry Lancashire (Pictured), EDI Committee Chair

Dr Henry Lancashire

Our EDI committee and activities ensure that this remains a central part of our working and teaching culture, while also continuing to work towards increased diversity and equality for everyone in STEM.


EDI Committee

Learn who leads our EDI activity and find out how you can get involved

action plan

Current EDI Action Plan

Read our current action plan to learn more about what we're hoping to achieve in the near future


Athena SWAN

We are proud of our Athena SWAN award, which we've held since 2008. Find out about the award and what it means to our Department

EDI Female Futures

Female Futures

Our Female Futures initiative runs a series of events throughout the year, supporting women in the Department and the wider field

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Dignity at Work

Dignity at UCL is a policy designed to ensure a safe, welcoming and inclusive working and learning environment for all members of the UCL community

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Working with us

Learn more about our family-friendly policies, staff benefits and support available to employees in this Department, as well as current vacancies

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We strive to provide a transparent structure that encourages continued development for our staff

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Training opportunities

Learn about the training opportunities and resources available to you at UCL, whether you are staff or student