UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences



Kickstart your translational research journey with learning, support, and funding.

Calling all UCL early career researchers interested in applying to the TIN Pilot Data Scheme

Sign up for the following upcoming ACCELERATE initiatives to develop your translational research skills, prepare your application for the TIN Pilot Data Scheme, and kickstart your translational research journey. 

Note: It is strongly recommended that prospective applicants to the Pilot Data Scheme (Call 3), first sign-up to do the Accelerate Potential online training and then book onto the Accelerate Success: Grant Writing for Translational Research Workshop before requesting one-to-one support.

  1. ACCELERATE Potential: An Introduction to Translational Research - an online, self-paced, open-access short course covering an introduction to translational research, how to get started, and where to find support. Start the course any time and work through at your own pace. Sign up for ACCELERATE Potential. 

  2. ACCELERATE Success: Grant Writing for Translational Research - 14th December 2022 at 11:00-13:30 and 4th January 2023 at 11:00-13:30Learn how to increase your chances of funding success for impact acceleration, knowledge exchange and translational research projects from translational research managers, reviewers, and those who have applied for funding in the past. Register via the links above for the online Grant Writing workshops. 

  3. ACCELERATE Success: One-on-One Grant Writing Support: From 12th to 23rd December 2022, and from 3rd to the 13th January 2023 (times TBC).
    To apply, email Nasema Uddin on nasema.uddin@ucl.ac.uk as soon as possible to ensure you are appropriately linked to get tailored feedback and advice on your Pilot Data Scheme application before you submit it to the UCL Translational Research Office.
    Please note, as stated earlier, it is highly recommended you first do training 1 and 2 above before requesting one-to-one support. For the Pilot Data Scheme (Call 3), you should have a draft application ready to receive feedback on during your on-to-one. Places are limited and will be filled on a competative basis. 

ACCELERATE is all about inspiring researchers to innovate in healthcare and empowering them with the skills needed to do so. For more information and opportunities, check out our webpages and get in touch