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Welcome to CrickConnect

In six short months, nearly 600 staff and students, and alumni from the Crick and its founder institutes have registered to stay connected with each other. Find out more about how to do so below.
7 Nov 2019
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Thanks for joining CrickConnect - we’re delighted that so many of you are keen to stay connected with the Crick and support each other as we progress in our careers.
We’ll be writing to you a few times a year to let you know about the latest Crick and CrickConnect news, careers stories and new website features.
CrickConnect was launched to help alumni, staff and students from the Crick and our founder institutes keep in touch, network and collaborate. We're excited to see more people joining every day. Please spread the word amongst your colleagues and friends!
If you haven’t already, please complete your profile now by adding a picture, bio and your work/education history.
CrickConnect has loads of great features that we think will be useful to you in your professional life, including:
If you have any questions, need any help, have a great story to share or just want to find out more, we would love to hear from you. Write to us at or send George Pyrgos, our Alumni Engagement Manager, a message through CrickConnect. 

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