We are one of the biggest faculties at Manchester, with our teaching and research covering a diverse set of disciplines.
Our wide-ranging activities are organised into three Schools, each focusing on learning and research in a specific area.
School of Biological Sciences
Led by Professor Jane Worthington, the School of Biological Sciences focuses on the areas of:
- cell matrix biology
- regenerative medicine
- genomic sciences
- infection, immunity and respiratory medicine
- molecular and cellular function
- musculoskeletal sciences
- dermatological sciences
- experimental psychology.
School of Medical Sciences
The School of Medical Sciences is currently led by Professor Peter Clayton and operates in the areas of:
- cardiovascular sciences
- developmental biology and medicine
- medical education
- molecular and clinical cancer sciences.
School of Health Sciences
Led by Professor Kay Marshall, the School of Health Sciences is active in the areas of:
- human communication, development and hearing
- informatics, imaging and data sciences
- social work
- population health
- health services research
- primary care
- psychology and mental health.
The Faculty's researchers work across eight domains that run across all three Schools for an interdisciplinary approach to research.