Teaching innovation research

Many of our innovations in education have been developed as a result of funding awarded in 2005 by the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE) to establish the Applied and Integrated Medical Sciences Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (AIMS CETL). These innovations include:

  • pioneering physiology, pharmacology and neuroscience teaching based on Human Patient Simulators to illustrate aspects that cannot be demonstrated on living volunteers;
  • histology teaching, learning and assessment based on our 'virtual' digital microscope;
  • web-based materials, including video, interactive media, quizzes and assignments, that support physiology, pharmacology and neuroscience laboratory-based practical teaching through the eBiolabs system.

More information about these teaching facilities is available on the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences website.

Other innovative teaching

Teaching innovation group

Find out more about the people behind our work.

Outreach

Engaging with local schools and groups to bring our work closer to the wider community.

Find out more about outreach in Biomedical Sciences.

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