Academic Clinical Women's Forum The NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre has supported the development of the Academic Clinical Women's Forum which provides a way of sharing advice and experience, and is developing ways to support both senior and junior clinical academic women. In particular trainees are able to access mentors through the forum.
Clinical Academic Training Office (CATO) This office provides information about clinical academic opportunities at Cambridge, and provides support for those considering or currently undertaking clinical academic training.
Cambridge AWiSE (Association for Women in Science & Engineering). This is a voluntary organisation that organises career events, evening lectures and networking opportunities for women working in science, technology, engineering, medicine and mathematics (STEM). They aim to provide career support to women at all stages of their career and are linked to a national mentoring organisation MentorSET
The National Institute for Health Research Trainees Coordinating Centre (NIHR TCC) makes training awards to researchers whose work focuses on people and patient-based applied health research.
The aim of the School of Clinical Medicine is to conduct internationally excellent peer reviewed basic, clinical and translational research relating to a diverse range of medical conditions and treatments.
The Athena SWAN awards recognise and celebrate good practice in recruiting, retaining and promoting women in SET within Higher Education. Read more about this scheme on the clinical school website, Athena SWAN
ACT (Addenbrookes Charitable Trust) serves an important role in supporting research by providing highly valued funding for early stage research projects and creating research opportunities for young clinicians.