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The University of Southampton
Medicine

Medicine leads the international research community in a range of major interdisciplinary areas, which are organised into specific Research Groups. Running across these groups are a series of research themes, in which the University is a world-class leader.

Cancer Cell

Cancer Sciences

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

Human Development, Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine

The DOHaD Centre

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

Primary Care

Primary Care

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

Clinical Neuroscience

Clinical Neuroscience

Gaining a greater understanding of the role of the nervous system in health and disease

Population Health

Population Health

Improving health and ensuring a more equitable distribution of health and well being.

Immunology

Immunology

Spanning fundamental immunology discovery through to clinical trials  across multiple specialisms

Infection

Infection

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

Medical Education

Medical Education

Medical Education provides a unique level of leadership and support for scientists and clinicians

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Facilities

at the University of Southampton/University Hospital Southampton partnership

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