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Events

Dean's Research Prize

Starts: Nov 7, 2014 12:00:00 AM

SLMS Education Domain Showcase

Starts: Nov 19, 2014 12:00:00 AM

Yale Senior Scientist Lecture Series

Starts: Nov 19, 2014 12:00:00 AM




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Programmes

Courses

The Division offers world class training in a wide range of subjects which include a number of second and third year options for MBBS students, plus a number of iBSC and MSc programmes.

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Research

Research

Three major themes define the Division's research interests: Tissue and Energy, Materials and Tissue, and Nanotechnology. All three integrate basic, translational and clinical research through collaborations both within and outside of UCL.

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News

UCL awarded £13.5 million to advance medical research facilities

As part of the Clinical Research Infrastructure Initiative, UCL has been awarded £13.5 million for a number of projects to help advance clinical research. More...

Nominations for $100,000 Taubman Prize 2015 open

An exciting opportunity for the clinician-scientists on your faculty. The Taubman Prize was established in 2011 to recognize the clinician-scientists making the most significant contribution to translating basic research findings into medical practice. Each year, a new recipient will be presented the prize and asked to serve as the keynote speaker at the Taubman Institute’s annual symposium, which is scheduled for 16th October 2015. More...

UCL's Dr Hashim Ahmed on Channel 4 programme Curing Cancer Wednesday 15th October 10pm

Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer. From that life-changing moment the race is on to find a successful treatment before the disease gets too far. With unprecedented access to the new Macmillan Cancer Centre at University College Hospital Curing Cancer, a Cutting Edge film, follows four patients taking part in trials of some of the most advanced cancer treatments in the world. More...

Actor Sylvester McCoy helps UCL teach patients about ankle arthritis.

Even a Time Lord suffers wear and tear over the years, just like the rest of us.  After many years playing a huge variety of roles including Dr Who and a wizard in the recent worldwide hit film The Hobbit, actor Sylvester McCoy’s past caught up with him:  “As an actor I would tumble downstairs or fall out of windows for a laugh, not realising that years later I would suffer for it”.  However, he is not alone. In the UK more than 30,000 patients each year suffer from pain, stiffness and a reduced quality of life as a result of arthritis of the ankle. More...


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