UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
The UCL Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is one of the largest of its kind in the UK. Our research is rated a top level 5 (internationally leading, REF 2014) and we have close links to several major teaching hospitals.
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A welcome message by Prof Jem Hebden, Head of Department at UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering.
Our academic research includes medical imaging, physiological monitoring, radiotherapy and biomedical engineering. Ours is a joint department with Medical Physics in the UCLH NHS Trust, and our staff work side by side with hospital physicists, clinical doctors and other health professionals, enabling us to provide our students with a fully connected curriculum. We offer a range of accredited BSc, MSc, MRes and PhD degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering. We are a friendly, diverse department. We know all of our students by name, and you'll be taught in small, interactive classes by the leading experts in their field.
The department offers a range of accredited first degree and postgraduate programmes, research degrees and doctoral training. Find out more.
We have active programmes of research covering a very broad range of topics in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering. Find out about our principal research groups, institutes and centres.
Find out about our engagement with industry, and our extensive programme of public engagement and outreach activities.
Learn about the history of the department, the kinds of careers our graduates go on to, current vacancies, and how to find us.
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