Whatever the stage of your project, find support to help you explore partnerships with a range of institutions - including universities, hospitals, schools, businesses and government.
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- UCL Research Domains
- UCL Grand Challenges
- Business, public and third-sector partnerships
- Business & Innovation Group
- Cancer Research Partners and collaborations
- UCL Global Engagement
- European Research & Innovation Office
- UCL Public Policy
- Policy Impact Unit
- Association of Research Managers and Administrators
- Biomedical Research Centre support
The UCL Research Domains are large, cross-disciplinary research communities that span UCL and our partner organisations to foster collaborations and facilitate internationally leading research.
UCL Grand Challenges brings researchers together from across UCL to set the agenda for future research while building bridges with external partners.
Find new partners, build a strategic collaboration and manage an ongoing relationship with support from the UCL Innovation & Enterprise Business and Innovation Partnerships team.
Part of the Translational Research Office, the Business & Innovation Group (B&IG) initiates collaborations between UCL academics and healthcare or pharmaceutical stakeholders to enhance the translation of biomedical research.
The Cancer Institute is uniquely positioned to exploit the interdisciplinary nature of UCL by engaging a wide range of disciplines – from engineering to physics, to population health sciences and nanoscience – to transform cancer research.
UCLPartners (UCLP) are a partnership of world-leading academic and clinical research centres, NHS organisations, industry, patients and others.
The Global Engagement team helps to put UCL's knowledge and ideas to work in the world. They use their expertise to facilitate and strengthen new and existing collaborations, driven by the belief that with the right mix of minds, anything is possible.
The European Research & Innovation Office (ERIO) provide a range of professional services to the UCL community and international collaborators, particularly in relation to the Horizon Europe funding programme for research and innovation.
The Public Policy team is UCL’s institutional initiative to support engagement between academic researchers and public policy professionals. They provide support, advice and guidance to enable effective academic-policy engagement and develop strategic partnerships with policy stakeholders.
The Policy Impact Unit (PIU), based within the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP), is a team of professional policy intermediaries who collaborate with researchers across UCL to design bespoke policy engagement strategies and activities.
The Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) is the UK’s professional association for research leadership, management and administration. ARMA focus on creating opportunities for its members to develop their professional skills and play their part in creating a positive and dynamic research culture.
UCLH Biomedical Research Centre
The UCLH Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) is a partnership between University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) and UCL.
Clinical researchers can access a range of support and guidance from the UCLH BRC research support centre.