Find a laboratory at the Crick.
We are looking for talented and motivated graduates with backgrounds in biological or biomedical sciences, physics, chemistry, mathematics or computer science to join the 2020 Crick PhD programme
We collaborate with local residents, community organisations and partners
The new medicine of DNA repair pathways: damage repair vulnerabilities in cancer
Type of event: Symposia
Find out more about the key questions driving our research.
Subcellular monitoring of receptors, ligands and their interactions
Crick Advanced Light Microscopy facility
Kurt Anderson | Introductory seminars on light microscopy techniques
A lecture given by Susan Cox, part of the Advanced Imaging Forum.
Andrew Senior, Google DeepMind
The Crick's three university partners bring specialist knowledge, skills and resources to help us carry out ground-breaking research.
Concepts, sample prep, multiplexing and analysis
The Crick is wheelchair-accessible and can support visitors with disabilities.
We’re interested in building multidisciplinary teams and collaborating to progress translational projects and research