A cross-disciplinary Community
Our membership is made up of academics, clinicians, veterinarians, policy makers, government workers and industry partners. This cross-disciplinary community gives a unique persective to the UK-ICN membership.
A range of in-person and virtual events to build personal networks within the community. UK-ICN gives you access to potential collaborators from a range of discplines to bridge the gap between human and animal health.
early career travel funding
At UK-ICN, we are committed to developing the next generation of coronavirus researchers and offer travel and accomodation support for early career researchers to facilitate the sharing of up-to-date research and/or to gain specialist training. Previous awards have funded travel/accomodation to short-term lab exchanges, and attendance at Micro Soc, NSV and our AGM.
topic-focused workshops and events
To strengthen global coronavirus research, UK-ICN are committed to identifying areas of under-representation and supporting engagement through focused workshops. These include topic-focused or region-focused activities.
a forum for discussion
UK-ICN hosts a monthly members-only coronavirus-focused seminar series featuring presentations from each of our research themes to foster cross-disciplinary discussion and collaboration.
sharing of resources
To work efficiently, we encourage sharing knowledge and resources within the network to minimise duplication of work. By creating a collaborative environment, we can work together to make a bigger impact in coronavirus research.