Our College ‘One Medicine, One Health’ strategy is built upon integration of research from bench to bedside and from process to population.
We are the UK’s only unified College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.
Research programmes within the College explicitly link biomedicine and veterinary medicine, promoting the concept of "One Medicine". Our research approach ranges from molecules to man, from bench to bedside, from process to population - and 'from lab to labrador.'
The College has five major research institutes. Each institute has over 500 members of staff and postgraduate research students. They are:
- The Queen’s Medical Research Institute
- The MRC Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine
- The Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics
- Edinburgh Neuroscience
- The Roslin Institute
Each of these institutes is home to a number of interrelated centres, led by internationally renowned scientists.
Research support and commercialisation
We offer comprehensive support for our researchers and collaborators; in both research and commercialisation activities.
We are committed to recruiting and retaining the most talented early career researchers, and developing our culture of translation of research to maximise impact on health and wealth.