PhD 3-4 years; MD 2 years; MPhil 1 year (full-time) / Please discuss with School (part-time) / n/a (distance / e-Learning)
The School of Medicine offers research degrees in the medical disciplines such as cancer, immunology, infection, immunity, neurosciences, mental health and population medicine.
Research in the School of Medicine is focused on interdisciplinary themes, each of which spans the spectrum from basic science to clinical practice in either hospital or community settings. These themes are led by Research Divisions:
- Division of Infection & Immunity
- Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences
- Division of Cancer & Genetics
- Division of Population Medicine
The underlying aim of the School is to ensure the optimum ‘translation’ of fundamental knowledge to patient benefit.
Our approach brings together people, knowledge and skills from a range of disciplines. This approach is the key to our research strength and achievements.
Each of the School’s Research Divisions embodies this philosophy.
Who does a Higher Degree at the School of Medicine?
- Biological Scientists
- Computational Scientists and Bioinformaticians
- Epidemiologists, Statisticians, Mathematicians
- Psychologists, Social Scientists
- Physical Scientists
Next intake: The University has four entry points for research degrees: 1 October, 1 January, 1 April, or 1 July
Name: School of Medicine Research Degrees Office
Telephone: +44 (0)29 2074 6716