Research in Life and Medical Sciences
The School of Life and Medical Sciences offers multidisciplinary research programmes within the stimulating and supportive environment of the specialist facilities that enable our researchers to address challenging questions of global significance in the core life and medical sciences disciplines.
Our research is conducted within centres of excellence:
- The Centre for Agriculture, Food and Environmental Management (CAFEM)
- The Centre for Health Services and Clinical Research (CHSCR)
- The Centre for Research in Psychology and Sport Sciences (CRiPSS)
- The Centre for Topical Drug Delivery and Toxicology (TDDT)
and Research Groups or Units:
- Agriculture and Environment Research Unit AERU)
- Agriculture Environment and Food Sciences
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Agriculture and Environmental Management
The University of Hertfordshire Urbanism Unit and the Smart Mobility Unit may be found on our Business support and consultancy page.
The School is in a privileged position of being in a University which sits in one of the UK's largest pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life science clusters. Our researchers already work in collaboration with European partners, pharmaceutical industry, small business enterprise, biotechnology companies and both the NHS and private healthcare providers.
We have a strong history of translating research into industrial practice in support of wealth creation and lead the Patient Safety Node within the Eastern Academic Health Sciences Network.
The School currently has over 200 students studying for higher research degrees. They come from a diverse range of backgrounds including the UK, EU and overseas.
Find out more about our research degree programmes.