Neuroendocrinology has been traditionally a major area of research at the University of Bristol. The Department of Anatomy, in particular, was one of the University’s academic units where, over the past five decades, work in this discipline and acquired international recognition for making a significant contribution towards our current understanding of neuroendocrine processes.

Under its new structure, the School of Anatomy, three academic staff members direct, or are involved in, two research programmes:

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