Research at the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

Age-related conditions, cancer, chronic diseases, infection, and mental health are the major health challenges facing our society and economy. At the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences our research aims to address these challenges. We have distinctive thematic research areas that are inter-linked and encompass basic discovery science, clinical/translational investigation and population/ societal health research.

We integrate our distinctive thematic research areas, purposefully strengthening our partnerships with the regional healthcare and industry sectors, which enables us to deliver collaborative, internationally impactful, health challenge- focussed projects.

Meet Our Researchers

Our world-class researchers are at the forefront of research and innovation, impacting at the highest levels with a patient-centered approach.

Explore researchers in the College of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences.  

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Leading Minds: Expert Voices

A new podcast series from the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, where our academic experts share their discourse, translating the latest developments in their specialised area for mass audiences. This content is aimed at anyone with an interest in the ground-breaking work of our academic community and who wants to be inspired by their distinct research.


Key Facts


% of papers with international collaborations in last 5 years


the number of institutional collaborations in last 5 years


FWCI Good Health & Wellbeing index (over twice the global average)


the number of Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list from Clarivate


the number of citations in the last five years (30664)


Citing-Patents Count 2015-2020