Research at the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology

We pride ourselves on the world-class status of research across the College. Very successful collaborations between academics and health professionals, locally, nationally and internationally ensure we excel in our pursuit of excellence in biomedical research. At Leicester we engage in profound scientific discovery; for example the incredible development of DNA fingerprinting by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys and groundbreaking translational research through the award of three NIHR Biomedical Research Units and a CRUK Cancer Centre.  Female academic

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Our research covers a broad spectrum of biomedical science with exceptional strength in our research areas:  Plant growing

  • Cancer

  • Cardiovascular
  • Diabetes Research Centre
  • Genetics
  • Health Sciences
  • Microbial Sciences
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour Benchwork

  • Renal

  • Respiratory

We continue to attract new research grants and awards, new colleagues, partnerships with the NHS, industry and the public sector. Our annual research income is in excess of £30 million. We have a substantial population of postgraduate students and research staff.

We are making significant investment in a new Centre for Medicine Building; scheduled for completion in early 2016. This will provide the next step in cutting edge provision for our staff and students.

For further information contact the College Director of Research, Professor Andrew Fry or the Assistant Registrar, Miss Anna Harding

 

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College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology
University of Leicester
Maurice Shock Building
University Road
PO Box 138
Leicester
LE1 9HN 

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