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Medicine

Outreach and Engagement

We are committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and, through our research, positively impacting the health and wellbeing of people around the world. We are also committed to reaching out to the wider community through public engagement activities and initiatives. This increasingly important part of medical research enables us to build stronger relationships with schools, community, business, alumni and families.

Inspiring Stories of research 

Faculty of Medicine researchers at different stages in their careers talk about medical research that is changing lives.

Click on the video links above each researcher to watch the 4 min videos.

 

Find out more about Southampton’s undergraduate medical and biomedical / biological science programmes and entry requirements. 

Learn more about our postgraduate taught and research programmes.

Visit our website to find out how Southampton could be part of your educational journey.

LifeLab Students

LifeLab

LifeLab is an innovative educational intervention which actively engages young people, teachers and researchers. 

Pupils Outreach Activity

Murder in the Medical School

Local school pupils use their expertise to assess individual lines of evidence of a murder in the medical school and then work together in a case conference to solve the crime.

Students

BM6 Widening Access

We established our Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery six-year degree course to widen access to the medical profession. The programme, which has achieved national recognition.

Killer T-Cells Activity

Killer T-Cells

Cancer Research UK and Professor Tim Elliott, the game has attracted much attention at outreach events, university open days and part of the University of Southampton Roadshow.

Body DNA Activity

University Roadshow

This is an annual "Bringing research to life" road show showcases a selection of our research. We tour both regionally and at national events between February and September.

Science and Engineering Festival

Science and Engineering Festival

Science and Engineering Day 2016 will take place on Saturday 12th March. Science and engineering play a crucial role in our every day lives.

Stem Cell Mountain

Stem Cell Mountain

This award-winning and irresistible hands-on exhibit has engaged festival goers at Glastonbury and Bestival.

Biomedical Image

Science and Art

Medicine has always held a particular fascination for the arts community, combining as it does such a wide variety of concepts, scales and values.

 

Other public engagement and outreach activities that we support and will continue to be actively involved with include:

GETTING INVOLVED

Make a lasting difference and get involved in our outreach activities

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