QMUL has a long and distinguished history of conducting ground-breaking research that goes back many centuries. Our work in the scientific and medical fields has changed lives and greatly influenced future generations. Research conducted across all faculties and in partnership with many organisations makes a genuine impact on society – improving health, social and living conditions, advancing knowledge and understanding in specialist fields, and influencing public policy, culture and debate.
Our world leading translational research across the faculty focuses on the three themes of clinical medicine, primary care and public health and dentistry. Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry is committed to supporting high quality research that has an impact on both our local community and global health challenges.
We have played a key role in the success of QMUL over the past ten years by combining research excellence with a strong commitment to growth, innovation and diversity in our educational activities. Public engagement, partnerships, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and the generation of research with broad and compelling public benefits have all been central.