Their research is designed to explain trends and inequalities in cancer survival between socio-economic, racial and ethnic groups of the population.
The Faculty expands the limits of epidemiology and addresses some of the largest public health problems in the world.
Includes all the laboratory-based researchers at the School, and many clinicians working in the field of infectious diseases.
Focused on the improvement of health throughout the UK and worldwide.
Offering research, postgraduate teaching and advanced training in national and international public health and tropical medicine. Details of courses, research and departments.
One of two research units established in sub- Saharan Africa by the Medical Research Council UK.
An internationally recognized centre of excellence for research on HIV infection and related diseases.
Offers an environment in which to undertake research training in public and global health.