Research and innovation
Research and Innovation
The Faculty of Medicine and Health is a scientific community with a vision to improve health and well-being in global, UK and local populations by undertaking excellent biomedical, translational and applied health research and innovation.
Our research is delivered through our four schools:
Our research excellence
"Our research meets local, national and global needs best by being fit for purpose: academically excellent, impactful and done by research teams that are supported and valued. We want scientific solutions for the big challenges facing the world. To attract the best science and scientists the faculty team are working to make our research community the most creative, inclusive and honest place to work possible."
Faculty Graduate School
We are a world-leading, research-intensive institution with a strong international reputation for research across our four schools. The Faculty Graduate School's function is to match the best students from around the world with the appropriate academic supervisors, and to ensure that they make the most of the excellent research opportunities on offer.
Research Excellence Framework
At the University of Leeds we continue to be world leaders and innovators in healthcare science, and this is reflected in our outstanding Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021) results. The substantial impact of our research was acknowledged, with 100% rated as world leading or internationally excellent in three units of assessment.
Our research projects
Click below to view the Faculty of Medicine and Health’s research projects. Featuring research from the School of Healthcare, School of Dentistry, School of Psychology, and School of Medicine.
Faculty Research Hub (Internal)
Information to help colleagues identify how to fund their research, prepare grant applications and manage their grants