Our research has real-world impact beyond the lab. We are at the forefront of the search for solutions to some of the most pressing issues in biology, medicine and health.
The Faculty has a global reputation in research spanning from molecules, cells and whole organisms to populations and healthcare.
We are uniquely structured to encourage researchers to work across different areas for a multidisciplinary approach to biomedical and health science discoveries.
This structure incorporates:
- cross-cutting research domains;
- research activity by school and division;
- institutes, networks and centres.
We also have strong relationships with the NHS and industry in which we share knowledge and facilities, helping us turn our discoveries into effective new therapies.
Our research is focused on eight key themes across biology, medicine and health.
Browse research activity happening in our schools and divisions.
Discover the centres of excellence and interdisciplinary research in the Faculty.
Find out more about our research staff working in biological, medical and health sciences.