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Lifelong health and wellbeing

Improving the health and well-being of people across the globe.

Health and well-being is about more than just the physical, which is why our work spans all three Queen Mary faculties: medicine and dentistry, science and engineering, and humanities and social sciences. 

Whether it’s ground-breaking bioscience research on lifelong health; the real-life impact of better regulation to prevent gambling harms; using film as an HIV public health tool in Sub-Saharan Africa; or creating a pioneering new drug to treat breast cancer, this is research that improves the health and well-being of people across the globe. 

Lifelong health and wellbeing research stories

Hard graft: How Queen Mary research created a landmark range of synthetic bone-graft materials

Hailed as one of the most important feats of British engineering in the last 50 years, researchers have developed a range of cost-effective synthetic bone graft materials.

Can you say how you feel? Exploring the history of emotions

The Wellcome Trust-funded project ‘Living With Feeling: Emotional Health in History, Philosophy, and Experience’ has featured in an exhibition at the Royal College of Nursing.

Professor Foster leads efforts in England to eliminate Hepatitis C virus

Professor Foster’s research has shaped national and international guidelines on hepatitis C treatment and screening

Explore the global impact of Queen Mary’s research

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