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The in2science UK scheme, which the BRC supports, will still be supporting the same number of young disadvantaged people in 2020. The in2science team has written to all its supporters including researchers signed up to host a student placement this summer reassuring them the organization remains open and will continue to support students this year. Any changes to summer plans will be communicated to researchers but hosts can opt to indicate their availability to host a placement during October half-term as an alternative to a summer placement.
**Important message from Professor Bryan Williams, UCLH Research Director and BRC Director and Dr Nick McNally, Managing Director, Research UCLH/UCL**
ADAPT TO LEAD scheme: A creative approach to leadership and resilience Application are now open for the Academic Careers Office’s ADAPT to Lead scheme. This is an exciting leadership course for mid-career clinical academics that will help you to understand and develop your personal leadership style and build a successful foundation for an independent research career. WHERE: At UCL campus WHEN: w/c 1 JUNE – w/c 20 JULY (8 weeks)
Researchers can now apply to host a stall at UCLH’s massive research open day in 2020.
UCLH and UCL staff can find out more about data science happening at the trust and all the tools available to help them at a series of events and courses in March, organised to celebrate the digital transformation of UCLH with the arrival of Epic a year ago. The UCLH/UCL Clinical and Research Informatics Unit will run 30-minute sessions from 23-26 March to enable staff to learn about:
The In2Science scheme sponsored by the BRC is looking for researchers who can provide lab placements for A-level students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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