Health and Medicine
A unique blend of biomedical, medical, and social science expertise.
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Medicine and Surgery
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We want to ensure that all our students have the chance to benefit from a range of experiences available at Lancaster. Students from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented at university are not always aware of the breadth of support opportunities available to them.
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We pride ourselves on the real-world impact of our research and its practical applications for human and societal benefit, including ageing and palliative care, infectious disease, and mental health.
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We believe advances in healthcare are achieved through strong mutually beneficial partnerships, working with external organisations to support research, innovation and professional development in health and medicine.
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The Faculty of Health and Medicine's multidisciplinary research and teaching operates across three divisions, delivering high quality teaching and research with national and international impact.
Lancaster University academic sees positive signs from first published clinical trial for treatment of COVID-19
A Lancaster University statistician who worked on the first published large randomised clinical trial for a potential treatment for the COVID-19 virus said the scientific community was coming together to combat the coronavirus.
Health Innovation Campus urging businesses to come forward to support the battle against Covid-19
An unprecedented call to arms has been made for manufacturing companies in Lancashire and South Cumbria to respond to the overwhelming demand for goods and services from the NHS and other frontline agencies fighting coronavirus.
Building Healthy Communities in urban Brazilian Slums
We’re pleased to announce an additional round of funding to ensure the continuation of the GCRF project - Building Healthy Communities in urban Brazilian Slums. Prof Peter Diggle (Uni of Lancaster) with Prof M Begon (Uni of Liverpool) who leads the project that helps to build the link between academics and residents in the co-production of research to benefit the community.