UCL SLMS is a part of London’s research powerhouse, with a commitment to research that addresses some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Our work covers the full range of enquiry in biomedical, life and population health sciences.
- In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, 70–80% of our research was graded as internationally excellent or world-leading in terms of originality, significance and rigour and we were identified as the UK’s strongest medical research grouping.
- UCL has made cross-disciplinary research a priority and the UCL Research Domains provide strategic coordination across the university and a platform for research communities to engage with partner organisations.
The Institutional Research Information System (IRIS) is the UCL research portal.
You can user it to identify the research activities of researchers,
research groups, research centres and interdisciplinary networks across
the whole of UCL. In addition you can search UCL's world class publications.
The UCL Research Domains are
large, cross-disciplinary research communities that span UCL and our partner
organisations, fostering interaction and collaboration.
We believe that by bringing together a critical mass of expertise we can undertake internationally leading research in our key areas of strength.
Find out more by visiting the domain pages
If you are a member of academic staff, to become a member of a domain simply select the relevant 'IRIS' theme when you complete your IRIS profile. You will then be automatically added to the domain community.
More information about IRIS is available at www.iris.ucl.ac.uk
The School produces a range of publications including an ongoing series that showcases some of the outstanding research being carried out within the School and with collaborators across UCL, in London, nationally and internationally.