Join our team
Our insider knowledge and industry experience is what enables us to do our work so effectively. We are our people. If you’re a sector expert or have the right transferable skills to help life sciences businesses thrive, get in touch.
We are not currently recruiting, but often take on interns. If you are interested please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our intern alumni network
Each year we invite an intern to come and work with us and share learning from their own institution while having the opportunity to be exposed to our cross-sector ecosystem work. Meet our alumnus below.
MSc Human-Computer Interaction
I have an BSc in Psychology from Bournemouth University and am currently undertaking an MSc in Human-Computer Interaction at UCL. I am working with MedCity on my master’s thesis where I am evaluating a framework to help SMEs developing Digital Health Technologies to overcome some of the barriers around non-adoption and scale-up within the NHS. I have previously worked in the NHS coordinating mental health research and within Business Development. After completing my masters, I will be returning to the NHS as a UX Designer for Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. My interests include health technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Mental Health and Ethics.
London School of Economics and Political Science
MSc International Health Policy
I am Business Analyst for the NIHR Applied Research Collaborations Northwest London (ARC NWL) based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and academically led by Imperial College London. Previously I was a project officer for the NIHR Collaborations in Leadership in Applied Health and Care Northwest London (NIHR CLAHRC NWL). I graduated with a BSc International Relations from the University of Essex and a MSc International Health Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science. I have collaborated with MedCity over the years with networking events and workshops. I collaborated with MedCity on my MSc dissertation project which looked at SMEs perspectives on accelerator programmes, this is currently in draft for publication. My interests include digital health, healthtech start-ups, frugal innovations and innovation in healthcare.
University of Oxford
I am a medical student at the University of Oxford, with interests in clinical research and innovation. During my time at MedCity I worked on projects looking at the current landscape of Health Data and Digital Health Innovations. The work I did gave me a whole new perspective on the organisation of healthcare and understanding the challenges facing the NHS when innovating using new technologies. I hope the knowledge, experiences and colleagues I’ve gained during my time at MedCity will benefit me as I involve myself in new and exciting projects alongside finishing my medical training.
Birkbeck, University of London
After graduating with a Bachelor of Business-Communication from Queensland University of Technology in Australia, I moved to Japan where I worked in financial communications and journalism—spanning risk analysis reporting, technical editing, and writing on Japanese business and material culture. Since relocating to London a decade ago, I have been writing on business, science and design, and helping publishing clients develop new products. Drawn to life sciences, I completed a Science Foundation degree before starting an MSc Bio-Business at Birkbeck. My internship at MedCity is giving me the opportunity to become immersed in the life sciences ecosystem, while contributing to MedCity’s business communication strategies and content generation.