Research groups

Group name Group summary
Amelogenesis Research Group The group aims to understand tooth, and specifically enamel, formation and function by studying conditions such as amelogenesis imperfecta, an inherited failure of enamel development.
Brain Cancer Research Group We are a consortium of investigators working to understand the processes that promote the development of different brain cancers, translating our findings for the benefit of brain cancer patients.
Cancer Epidemiology Group Led by Professor Eva Morris, the Cancer Epidemiology Group uses large scale datasets to research cancer, particularly bowel cancer. The group has extensive experience of using routine, NHS datasets to inform screening, treatment and service planning.
Cancer Survivor Intelligence Group The Cancer Survivor Intelligence (CSI) Group is led by Professor Adam Glaser and focuses on the collection of information from individuals living with and beyond cancer in order to generate enhanced intelligence on the consequences of cancer survival.
Epidemiology and Biostatistics The Section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics brings together biologists, laboratory scientists, clinicians, psychologists, epidemiologists, biostatisticians and statisticians to develop, conduct and interpret research studies. We have a particular interest in cancer research.
Healthcare Associated Infection Research Group Our group's research projects are diverse, including multiple aspects of Clostridium difficile infection, including pathogenesis, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and prevention, infection diagnostics, antibiotic resistance and the gut microbiome, staphylococcal and intra-abdominal infections, and the clinical development of new antimicrobial agents.
Infection and Immunity Group The Infection and immunity group investigates these phenomena at the molecular level aiming to exploit our findings in the understanding and treatment of human diseases. Our research encompasses virology, structural biology, immunology, cancer biology and immunotherapy.
Perinatal Research Group The group's work covers a range of themes ranging from understanding disease aetiology through to the application of our findings in translational clinical trials.
Section of Pathology and Tumour Biology The Section of Pathology and Tumour Biology is an academic pathology laboratory focusing on both research and education. We undertake translational research across a number of different types of cancer as well as in digital pathology, molecular pathology embryology and cardiovascular disease. With a commitment to translational research, we also aim to investigate how best to implement research findings to improve patient outcomes, including the investigation of new cutting edge technologies.
Section of Patient Centred Outcomes Research Our section focuses its research in several areas, with the common aim of using Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) to improve quality of life and patient-centred care.
The Melanoma Research Group The Melanoma Research Group uses genetic epidemiology to understand why people get melanoma and what determines survival after diagnosis.
The Radiotherapy Research Group We deliver internationally leading, patient focused, radiotherapy research that improves cancer outcomes and reduces side effects. We are a multidisciplinary research team with expertise ranging from pre-clinical radiation biology through to phase III clinical trials. Tumour site interests include gastrointestinal, brain, urological and lung cancers.
Vision Research Group The Vision Research Group uses a variety of approaches to study diseases of the eye and of vision.