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Research Staff Network Committee

What we do

The Research Staff Network Committee represents the interests of research staff, Research Associates, Assistants, Technicians and Teaching Fellows across the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine (FoLSM). We ensure FoLSM research staff are represented and participate in decision-making at faculty and college level. We aim to facilitate FoLSM research staff development by championing local research staff networks being a source of information and support to school, departmental and role specific networks. We do this by interacting with FoLSM and Research & Professional Development Departments across KCL such as the Centre for Research Staff Development and KCL Careers Services to promote career development opportunities, forums for peer-mentoring, information exchange and advocacy.

In short, we work to improve the experience and career development of research staff within FoLSM.

Who we are

Permanent Invitees:

  • Faculty Vice Dean (Research & Impact) – Prof Rachel Tribe
  • Centre for Research Staff Development Representative – Joshua Mead
  • Faculty Research Manager – Louise Pacelli

Resources for Staff

Access KCL

Access KCL

The Human Resources directorate is proud to work with the King's community to provide academic and…

King's Academy

King’s Academy

Find out details about King's Academy, our Advisory Board, faculty liaisons and our dedicated…

Our Networks

Technical Network

Technical Network

King's Technical Services Network was launched in 2016 and is open to all technical services staff.


Coming Soon:

  • Research Assistant Network
  • Teaching Fellow Network
  • Junior PI Network
School RSN Networks
  • Basic & Medical Biosciences
  • Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences
  • Cancer & Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine & Sciences
  • Immunology & Microbial Sciences
  • Life Course & Population Sciences
Research Interest Groups

Research Interest Groups

The Research Interest Groups bring together thematic knowledge and expertise from across the Faculty…