Connecting you with researchers
If you work in healthcare, or are an academic there are many ways to collaborate with us. Connect with health researchers to share expertise and discuss how to work together to solve health challenges.
We have a range of interdisciplinary communities you can join - being part of one of these communities means we will keep you updated on:
- Latest news
- Funding opportunities
Join our research communities
Brain research for better lives. World-leading research into the fundamental science of the brain and nervous system. To join the Bristol Neuroscience Network email: email@example.com
Research to prevent and detect cancers, and improve treatments for cancer. To join the Bristol Cancer Network email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Infection and Immunity
The study of the mechanisms that cause and spread disease. To join the Infection and Immunity Network email: email@example.com
Mechanisms to Populations
Bringing together researchers in fundamental biosciences and population health sciences. To join the research strand email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Public Health
Focusing on global public health issues through interdisciplinary research. To join the research strand email: email@example.com
Mental Health in Young People
Our research initiative works to improve student and young people's mental health and wellbeing.
Climate Change and Health
In partnership with Cabot Institute for the Environment we are bringing together experts to address the interwoven areas of climate change and health.
AI in Health
A community of researchers from different disciplines and external partners with an interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health. To join the research community email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Collaborate with the University
If you work for a business, or another academic institution, find out about ways to partner with us.
If you are a member of the public wanting to be part of research, find out about ways you can get involved.
Discover what some of our research communities have been looking into.
Visit our hub to connect with researchers working in Health Data Science.