Faculty of Medicine and Health
Our University is gold rated for teaching by the Teaching Excellence Framework (2017)
Faculty of Medicine and Health
We have an internationally excellent reputation for the outstanding quality of our teaching and research. This is achieved through our own faculty's cutting-edge expertise in medicine and healthcare, and through working collaboratively across the University - notably with physical-mathematical sciences, computation, bio-engineering and biosciences.
Welcome from the Executive Dean
Our mission as a leading biomedical and health service research campus is to deliver educational and research excellence that impacts on human health and wealth.
Our schools are consistently highly ranked, nationally and internationally, and have maintained a global reputation for academic excellence, world-class research and technology-enhanced learning. Our acclaimed strength in both teaching and research attracts the best clinicians and academics to work with us.
Equality and Inclusion
The Faculty is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all our staff and students.
The Faculty Equality and Inclusion committee meets termly and is chaired by the Executive Dean of the Faculty, Professor Paul Stewart. The faculty committee works closely with the University Equality Policy Unit to promote the University Equality Objectives.
for teaching as the University of Leeds
Teaching Excellence Framework (2017)
in research income
World top 100 University
QS World Rankings 2018
Research and innovation
Across our four schools we undertake leading research to drive forward understanding within our fields, whilst improving the provision of care and delivering meaningful impact for our partners and collaborators. This is enabled by world-renowned research staff and state-of-the-art facilities. Our vision is to apply our research, education and practice to improve health outcomes and quality of life for individuals and societies.
Leeds School of Medicine wishes to recognise NHS clinical teachers and other…
Friday 8 March 2019More
Women who develop diabetes in pregnancy but are not diagnosed are much more…
Wednesday 20 March 2019More
The University has announced 50 fully-funded PhD researcher places to unlock…
Thursday 21 February 2019More
Leeds academics to share grant to explore use of AI to inform early palliative care for older people with chronic diseases
The project InAdvance is a 4-year research collaboration that aims to develop…
Monday 18 February 2019More
Diving into the dark matter of the breast cancer genome - Dr Luca Magnani (Imperial College London)
Thursday 28 March 2019, 15:00 - 16:00More
Staffing matters: Interim findings from the first national study of the relationship between care home staffing and quality
A joint lecture with Bupa Care Services discussing ‘Staffing matters: Interim findings from the first national study of the relationship between care home staffing and quality’.
Tuesday 2 April 2019, 17:30 - 19:00More
Detail vs. scale in single cell genomics: different approaches to get the data you need from a single cell - LeedsOmics Seminar
Detail vs. scale in single cell genomics: different approaches to get the data you need from a single cell - Dr Iain Macaulay (Earlham Institute)
Monday 29 April 2019, 15:00 - 16:00More
We’ll be joined by Dr Rosie McEachan, Programme Director for the Born in Bradford programme will be delivering a session on ‘Born in Bradford.
Tuesday 21 May 2019, 14:00 - 15:30More