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The University of Southampton
Medicine

Our research covers a very wide base, from basic cellular science, investigating disease mechanisms, to large population cohort studies and epidemiology. It is organised around the world leading and internationally excellent groups listed below and is underpinned by five cross-cutting research methodology platforms:

Cancer Sciences

Cancer Sciences

Bringing together world-leading expertise across many areas of cancer research

DOHaD center

DOHaD center

Leading research into how the environment during human development contributes to the risk of developing chronic disease later in life

Generations of women

Global Health

Research focused on the interplay of causes acting at different stages; from before conception to old age

Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Develops new diagnostic tools, treatments and prevention strategies for infectious diseases.

Population Health

Population Health

Improving health and ensuring a more equitable distribution of health and wellbeing.

Primary Care

Primary Care

High quality community based research including antibiotics, cancer, communication, mental health, supporting self-management and integrative health care.

Epidemiology Research

Epidemiology

The University has a strong tradition of epidemiological research, much of it conducted within the MRC epidemiology unit.

Immunology Research

Immunology

Immunology, brings together researchers with shared interests in mechanisms within the three broad areas of barrier immunity, innate immunity and adaptive immunity and immunotherapy.

Genomics Research

Genomics, Epigenetics and Bioinformatics

Southampton has a strong track record in human genetics and medical genomics and there is a broad research program from genetic medicine and the study of single gene disorders.

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