The University of Edinburgh has a long history as one of the best medical institutions in the world.
Medicine at the University of Edinburgh
The University of Edinburgh was founded in 1583 by the Town Council of Edinburgh as the first civic university in Britain.
Medicine at the University of Edinburgh has been driven by eccentric, brilliant, and ground-breaking individuals, from Charles Darwin to Sophia Jex-Blake.
Remarkable women at the University of Edinburgh overcame considerable adversity to become drivers of equality and medical excellence.
Burke and Hare
The Burke and Hare murders in Edinburgh's West Port were infamous and destroyed the career of University of Edinburgh anatomist Robert Knox.
The Polish School of Medicine at the University of Edinburgh (1941-1949)
The establishment of the Polish School of Medicine in March 1941 was a unique wartime academic initiative.
Polish Medical School historical collection
A collection of photographs, artworks and memorabilia from the Polish Medical School.