Institute for Human Health and Performance
Human health and performance is part of the Division of Medicine

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Research Retreat 2014 - 6th June - deadline for abstracts 28th April

Published: Apr 11, 2014 11:08:00 AM

UCL Applied Renal Physiology 2014 - course

Published: Apr 3, 2014 10:08:20 AM

Rosetrees Trust Studentships - September 2014

Published: Mar 24, 2014 9:39:50 AM

UCL Division of Medicine

Institute for Human Health and Performance

The UCL Institute for Human Health and Performance (IHHP) comprises a mix of clinician-academic and pure ‘basic scientists’. Its mission is to explore human physiology and pathophysiology - using the studies of one to inform the other. In general, genetic tools are used. In particular, the IHHP pioneered (with Prof. Steve Humphries’ group, Centre for Cardiovascular Genetics) the use of gene-environment interactions to explore human health and disease.

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Research

Research

We function as one group, with a number of research strands.
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Teaching

Teaching

The Centre runs an active PhD programme.
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Publications

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Human Health and Performance works to help save and improve lives.
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