The Blizard Institute Work Placement Programme welcomes year 10-12 students who are interested in studying Medicine or a Biomedical related degree at university or are considering a career in a similar field.
Our week-long programme will provide students with the exciting opportunity to gain experience in a laboratory setting and learn more about the medical research here at the Blizard Institute.
You will mainly be shadowing our PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in the centres of Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research, Genomics and Child Health, Immunobiology, Neuroscience, Surgery and Trauma, and in the Core Laboratory Facilities as per the general schedule below:
|9.30am||Welcome||Neuroscience, Surgery and Trauma||Immunobiology||Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research||Genomics and Child Health|
|10.15am||Core Lab Facilities|
|1.30pm||Core Lab Facilities||Neuroscience, Surgery and Trauma||Immunobiology||Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research||Genomics and Child Health|
Please note that the schedule could be modified at any time depending on work priorities and staff availability.
Students may have the opportunity to attend a show or workshop in the Centre of the Cell, our public engagement centre for informal science-learning, pending availability. Where appropriate, students are also welcome to attend seminars and lectures taking place during the week.
If you wish to participate in our programme, please email your CV and a completed Blizard Institute Work Experience Programme Form [PDF 219KB] (including your expression of interest in the personal statement section) to email@example.com, copying in your work experience representative at your school to ensure they are aware of your enquiry. Your application will only be considered if your school representative is included in your email.
If you are an education agency in London wishing to secure work placements for schools, please send your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that students are allocated on a first come, first served basis after considering the content of applications. Priority will be given to students who attend schools based in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Please note that we correspond directly with the students, school representatives and agency staff only.