The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine is the leading research centre in the UK for research in both clinical medicine and clinical veterinary medicine.
The College is one of the oldest centres for medical and veterinary medical research in the UK, and yet is one of the most dynamic and progressive.
We offer an extensive range of postgraduate programmes, from on-campus Masters and research degrees, to flexible online distance learning programmes.
Interdisciplinary research is at the heart of the College's philosophy.
Our research students benefit from our 'lab bench to bedside' approach, where research is conducted in the same location in which patients are seen, strengthening collaboration between basic and clinician scientists.
Our researchers fully embrace the College's 'one medicine' ethos, which translates research into patient benefit for both humans and animals.
The College boasts a number of state-of-the-art facilities, including:
Our interdisciplinary centres and institutes bring together academic staff in broad, thematic research concentrations encompassing basic sciences, translational and clinical research.
The institutes and centres are united within four schools:
Our four research institutes bring together twelve internationally-outstanding, interdisciplinary research centres.
Our academic teaching staff generate over £30 million a year to fund research. These sources fund most postgraduate research studentships.
The College also provides research studentships each year from our endowment funds.
This article was published on Jun 11, 2013