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Crick researchers are working at the forefront of the scientific response to answer some of the most urgent questions about the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen, from how we can improve testing, to why it’s deadly in some people but causes no symptoms in others.
The Francis Crick Institute is working at the forefront of the scientific response to coronavirus, volunteering expertise and facilities to help tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
By working with virologists, RNA biochemists, bioinformaticians, and mathematicians, we are able to explore how viruses use RNA to grow and cause disease.
We study how RNA viruses replicate in order to understand how they work and to find better ways of treating diseases such as influenza and COVID-19. Viruses are infectious parasites that can cause disease. Viruses cannot grow on their own...
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Paul Nurse, director of the Crick, said: “We’re pleased that a Brexit deal has been agreed, brought about by compromise on both sides."
We're looking for researchers working in all areas of science to set up their first research group at the Crick.
A Crick PhD position for the 2021 programme in the lab of David LV Bauer.
Startup masterclass series inspires data and biomedical scientist entrepreneurs
Markus Ralser has been awarded an European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) Gold Medal for his work studying the origins, evolution and function of cell metabolism. (Credit: Janie Airey)
Elliott's experience, PhD student in our lab, who is a volunteer for St John Ambulance.
The Crick's response to the UK Government's R&D Roadmap.