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Faculty of Biological Sciences
We have a long established reputation in delivering research-led student education with a strong suite of programmes covering the biological sciences with a continued portfolio development being informed by an active Industrial Advisory Board. Our teaching and research is delivered via three schools; School of Biology, School of Biomedical Sciences and School of Molecular and Cellular Biology.
We are a leading faculty within the life sciences in terms of our research power, subject diversity and interdisciplinarity for example through our contributions to the internationally renowned Astbury Centre, medical research and emerging Global Food and Environment Institute.
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Studying your PhD with us will be a journey that will stimulate your passion for your subject and push you to reach your potential.WMDHH Gartenstühle Faltbarer Liegestuhl Übergroßer Outdoor-Büro-
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QS World Rankings 2022
6th in UK
for research impact
Research Excellence Framework 2014
We’re incredibly proud of the staff, researchers, and students within the Faculty of Biological Sciences as they make valuable contributions towards battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read our news stories, articles, and case studies highlighting the essential work that has been conducted.
Welcome from the Executive Dean
Karen is Professor of Exercise Science in the School of Biomedical Sciences. She previously held the post of Head of School and is a Fellow of the American College of Sport and Exercise Medicine. Her research interests include using exercise and physical activity to enhance fertility and to ameliorate the impact of reproductive ageing upon cardiovascular disease in women. Her research integrates the disciplines of medicine, exercise science, cardiovascular science and fluid dynamics.
Friday 17 September 2021More on Dr Qian Wu wins 2021 Rising Talent fellowship