UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences
UCL SLMS was created in 2011.
We bring together four UCL faculties (Brain Sciences, Life
Sciences, Medical Sciences and Population Health
Sciences) to create one of the largest and most prestigious
groupings of academics in biomedical, life and population
The Faculty of Brain Sciences brings together expertise in neurology, ophthalmology, audiology, psychology and language sciences, cognitive neuroscience and mental health.
The Faculty of Life Sciences undertakes world-leading research and teaching in life science disciplines ranging from neuroscience to the biology of molecules, cells and organisms.
The Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research was established as an Institute within UCL for the pursuit of excellence in biomedical research.
The Faculty of Medical Sciences brings together UCL Medical School and six of UCL's Divisions and Institutes, creating a powerhouse of medical science research and teaching.
The Faculty of Population Health Sciences delivers outstanding research and teaching for improved human health. The work is informed by the unifying concept of the life course.
Dementia is one of the greatest scientific, medical and socio-economic challenges of our times and affects more than 46 million people worldwide