UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences is number 8 in the world for Medicine and number 1 in London (QS Subject Rankings 2020). We offer a unique mix of pioneering research, best in class academics and clinicians, cutting-edge facilities, and world-renowned partner hospitals and institutions. Our location in the global city of London, makes UCL one of the best places in the world to study medical science.
UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences is home to some of the greatest minds in clinical medicine and science such as Professor Mark Emberton, Professor Judith Breuer, Professor Charlie Swanton and many others.
We work alongside some of the world’s leading hospitals and institutions: University College Hospital, Royal Free Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Moorfields Eye Hospital, RNOH Stanmore and the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health.
Our world-class facilities also provide hands on experience for our students, from 3D bio-printing for the development of synthetic organs, to the use of virtual reality for minimally invasive surgeries, and the world’s most advanced range of preclinical imaging technologies.
Our position at the heart of London also allows us to work closely with a number of world-leading academic centres and research institutes, such as the Francis Crick Institute, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the London School for Nanotechnology, as well as partners and stakeholders in industry and the public sector.
Join the fight against cancer. Learn about the biology behind disease processes that lead to cancer from research scientists and academic clinicians at UCL’s internationally renowned Cancer Institute and in affiliated teaching hospitals.
Understand the causes of human disease and develop innovative therapies and technologies to improve the quality of human life. With over 30 world-class research centres, we’ve created a culture where pioneering research is the backbone of our teaching.
We combine excellent facilities with world-leading scientific and clinical expertise to further the understanding and treatment of human disease. Our aim: to train and inspire the next generation of leading scientists and clinicians.
We are a world-leading centre for postgraduate dentistry and translational research. Our clinically-intensive programmes are run by international specialists and involve the innovative development of novel treatments, therapies, diagnostics and smart materials.
UCL’s internationally renowned centre for research and graduate training in human immunology, pathogen biology and the host-pathogen interaction. We carry out research-based teaching and foster strong links with research centres worldwide.
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