Our ten research themes.
Animal health and agriculture
Our scientists and vets are leading research to improve the health and welfare of livestock, pets and wild animals.
Our researchers look at the brain from birth, through adulthood, to old age, seeking to develop new therapies for complex, debilitating diseases.
Scientists throughout the College lead research into causes, risk factors and potential treatments for many types of cancer that can affect people and animals.
Our researchers are working to understand what causes so many people to die from preventable conditions such as heart attack, stroke, diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Researchers at the College explore how the principles of computer science can be used to improve human and animal health.
Genetics researchers at the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine investigate how genetic material, or DNA, influences health and wellbeing throughout our whole lives.
Our researchers help to measure the burden of diseases worldwide, making connections between human health and the health of the planet.
We study infectious diseases both from the aspect of the viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites that cause disease - and the way the body responds to infection.
Regeneration and repair
Our researchers study how the body repairs itself with a view to developing treatments for diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis and liver conditions.
Researchers at the College are working on a range of projects related to human reproduction, including research into fertility, contraception, maternal and fetal health, and reproductive cancers.