Research in the School of Medicine
Research in the School is focused on interdisciplinary themes. Each of these spans the spectrum from laboratory investigation to clinical practice, in hospital and community settings.
Our approach brings together people, knowledge and skills from a range of disciplines. This approach is the key to our research strength and achievements.
The School's research Institutes embody this philosophy. Their results are an indicator of its success.
Integration, innovation, engagement
Our research approach pursues basic research through to clinical outcomes, bridging the traditional gap between basic and applied science to accelerate healthcare developments.
Research networks & interest groups
The School offers research degree opportunities in fields across the spectrum of medicine and medicine-related disciplines.
Minimal impact electro-injection of cells undergoing dynamic shape change reveals calpain activation.
Lewis KJ, Masterman B, Laffafian I, Dewitt S, Campbell JS, Hallett MB, Biochim Biophys Acta, Volume 1843, 6 (June 2014) pp.1182-1187
Healthy Cities: Public Health through Urban Planning
Sarkar C None et al, (May 2014)
Does thyroid peroxidase provide an antigenic link between thyroid autoimmunity and breast cancer?
Muller I, Giani C, Zhang L, Grennan-Jones FA, Fiore E, Belardi V, Rosellini V, Funel N, Campani D, Giustarini E, Lewis MD, Bakhsh AD, Roncella M, Ghilli M, Vitti P, Dayan CM, Ludgate ME, Int J Cancer, Volume 134, 7 (April 2014) pp.1706-1714
- Archive of publications (1619 items)
Research-related news & events
Breakthrough in leukaemia treatment
17th April 2014A team at the School of Medicine say they have made a significant breakthrough in the treatment of the most common form of leukaemia.
New vaccine hope for leading viral cause of birth defects
10th April 2014Experts in infection and immunity have made a path-finding discovery that could lead to the development of a vaccine for a health-ravaging virus that affects around 50% of adults in …
School of Medicine featured in New Scientist
27th March 2014In an article about gender equality, the School of Medicine's work was highlighted.
Analysing Big Data
29th April, 14.00An introduction to the practical utility of various bioinformatics and biostatistics techniques and how to develop these skills yourselfVenue: Henry Wellcome Building
David Withers (University of Birmingham) British Society for Immunology7th May, 13.00‑14.00"Innate Lymphoid Cells: Hugely important - what is it they actually do?"Venue: Henry Wellcome Building
Cwm Taf RDCS Helpdesk
14th May, 10.00‑14.00Research Helpdesk for NHS professionalsVenue: Royal Glamorgan Hospital
Central Biotechnology Services
A centrally-located service offering state-of-the-art technology, technical support and guidance.
Clinical Research Facility
A crucial facility for the translation of basic biomedical science developments into clinical practice.
Research Support & Administration
The Research Office provides expert support over a project's life-cycle, including information and guidance on research funding, training, policy, procedures, and strategy.
The Research Ethics Committee is responsible for the formal ethical review and approval of all research involving human participants, tissues or data.
Be a part of our work
Anyone can take part, by collaborating, by contributing expertise, resources or funding, or sponsoring a researcher, project or lab