Our research spans the whole life course, from conception, birth and childhood to adolescence, adulthood, older age and death.
Over the past decade findings from the Institute of Cardiovascular Science have impacted on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with inherited cardiomyopathies.
The management of childhood pleural empyema has been standardised and improved as a direct result of research at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health.
Research from the Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology has impacted on guidance around antiretroviral therapy to treat HIV infected infants.
The Marmot Review has fundamentally shifted discourse on health inequalities in the UK and internationally.
Researchers from the Institute for Global Health have developed a community intervention to improve maternal and newborn health in India’s poorest communities.
Researchers from the Institute of Women’s Health conducted research into the effectiveness of chlamydia screening.
UCL research in the area of population health received outstanding results in the Research Excellence Framework 2014. With a submission rate of 96% of eligible staff,
UCL was ranked first in the UK for research power in Medicine, and first amoung the Russell Group for
Data science for health
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Browse our Institute websites for details on specific research and approaches.
Read a selection of research impact case studies from across the Faculty.
The Populations and Lifelong Health Domain brings together researchers from across UCL to explore health and disease in populations.