Research and the European Union

Review the Academy's work across the research community and Government to understand and respond to the impacts of leaving the EU on UK medical science.

Ongoing

On the 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. This represented one of the most profound challenges to the medical research sector in living memory, and the Academy worked with the UK Government, devolved administrations and the wider research community to identify and undertake the bold actions needed to preserve the UK’s world-leading research environment.

Explore our work between 2016 and 2021 through the following tabs. For our ongoing work on relationships with the EU please see European policy work.

Key contacts


HIVE alumni programme launch event with Professor Jonathan Van-Tam MBE FMedSci

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Developing an effective mentoring programme 2021

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Labour Party Conference 2021 - Becoming a “science superpower”: will the UK be fit to tackle the next global crisis?

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