UCL Population Health Sciences


Enterprise and partnerships

We work with a range of global partners across the public, private and third sectors.

Our research has local, national and worldwide impact on policy making, clinical guideline development and health service configuration. Developments such as gene and cell therapy, combinations of personalised cell and immunotherapy, genomic medicine-supported patient stratification, and medicines for rare diseases provide new opportunities and the opportunity for collaborations at the interface between research and industry.

Enterprise case studies



Studying the impact of antiretroviral drugs

UCL's HIV Epidemiology and Biostatistics group has a longstanding collaboration with the Centre for Health and Infectious Disease Research (CHIP).


Spinning out

Safeguarding the finances of older people

Kalgera is a digital personal finance manager spun out of UCL by Dr Dexter Penn (MSc Health & Medical Sciences) UCL Institute of Health Informatics.

Ways to work with us

Advice for academics

The School of Life and Medical Sciences Translational Research Office provides wide-ranging support for the development of industry partnerships and translational research.

Andy Duncan is the Consultancy Manager covering FPHS and represents a first point of contact for academics wishing to undertake consultancy work and clients wishing to work with FPHS.

Visit the FPHS intranet for more details.

Advice for external partners

UCL Consultants provides a one-stop service for the provision of academic consultancy, expert witness, testing & analysis and bespoke training and short course services to external clients on behalf of UCL academics and departments.

UCLB is the commercialisation company of UCL and its partner NHS Trusts. We bring to market truly world-leading, world-changing technologies, innovations that have a real and positive impact on people's lives.

UCLPartners is an academic health science partnership, brings people and organisations together to transform the health and wellbeing of the population.

For more information on ways of working with our researchers, please visit the Enterprise pages on the UCL School of Medical and Life Sciences website.