Faculty of Medicine and Health

Research grant to aid in understanding microbiomes' roles in bowel cancers

Research led by Professor Philip Quirke has been awarded nearly £2.5 million from Cancer Research UK, as part of their new Grand Challenge funding.

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Our University is gold rated for teaching by the Teaching Excellence Framework (2017)

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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.

Gold rated

for teaching as the University of Leeds

Teaching Excellence Framework (2017)



in research income

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World top 100 University

QS World Rankings 2018

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Diving into the dark matter of the breast cancer genome - Dr Luca Magnani (Imperial College London)


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’.


Detail vs. scale in single cell genomics: different approaches to get the data you need from a single cell - Dr Iain Macaulay (Earlham Institute)


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.