Collaborative multi-disciplinary research
Our highly-rated research contributes to significant changes in public health care services and policy around the globe.
We are home to a number of major units, centres, groups and projects. These encompass a wide range of research and teaching activities within the school, with several representing interdisciplinary and cross-institutional initiatives.
- Genetic variations in DNA could help improve efficacy of clinical trials 25 May 2018
- New evidence on link between obesity and smoking behaviour from genetic data: obese people at higher risk of smoking 17 May 2018
- City's local artists pair up with Bristol researchers for new science-inspired art exhibition 7 May 2018
CATCH-uS: Children with ADHD in transition to adult services.
10 July 2018, 11.00 AM