Postgraduate research: Population Health Sciences
Population health research aims to improve the health and wellbeing of society and reduce inequalities.
Population health researchers explore how and why morbidity and mortality varies within and between populations.
We evaluate novel clinical and public health interventions to see if they work, how they work, and whether they are affordable.
We encourage applications for research projects in many areas, including:
- human genetics
- psychology applied to health.
You can either pick one of our research projects or develop your own in a related area.
How to apply
Before making a formal application, please contact potential PhD supervisors to discuss eligibility and potential funding.
Details of the required academic qualifications and English language requirements.
Fees and funding
If you are seeking funding, please see our postgraduate funding opportunities and advice.
- Wellcome Trust 4-Year PhD Molecular, Genetic and Lifecourse Epidemiology
- MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit 4-year PhD programme
- PhD projects for students who have secured funding (Find A PhD)
- MSc by Research in Healthcare, Ethics and Law
- Early career training and support for health and biomedical science postgraduates
- 4 year Brain Tumour PhD
- 4 year Wellcome Trust Molecular, Genetic, Lifecourse Epidemiology PhD
- 3 year Primary Health Care PhD
- 4 year MRC Selection Bias PhD
- 3 year Clinical Research Addiction PhD
- 3 year MRC Hubs for Trials Methodology Research PhD
After you apply
Full details on what happens after you apply.