In comparison to other UK universities, we are a massive faculty. This enables our teaching and research to cover a broad and 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 research priorities are focused across our research domains. By running across all three Schools, the domains power an interdisciplinary approach.
You can also browse our research by school and division in the University’s research explorer. This provides comprehensive coverage of our expansive activity.
Many of our programmes of study cross school and division boundaries to ensure they cover the breadth of knowledge and skills required.
Prospective students can discover more about studying with us and search for courses via our subject area pages.