With research grant income of more than £110 million per year, the School is home to a large number of exciting, ongoing research activities. We have a global presence with staff based in more than 100 countries and we are deeply committed to working in collaboration with external partners. Our world-leading community of academics are involved at every stage of the research pipeline, from basic science all the way through to evaluation of health interventions, providing a firm foundation of evidence for improving health.
We are currently home to 13 School Centres which draw on the full depth of expertise across the School to address global health challenges.
Houses the largest number of malaria researchers, students and support staff in Europe.
Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre
Promoting research, education and knowledge translation to improve health and health equity in populations affected by humanitarian crises.
Our research groups bring together a diverse range of School experts to focus on a key health issues in the UK and globally.
LASER - London Applied and Spatial Epidemiology Research Group
LASER combines expertise in the fields of spatial statistics and GIS technology, quantitative epidemiology and operational research to build the evidence-base around diseases of poverty and the communities they affect.
MONKEYBAR is a project seeking to identify risk factors and control strategies for Plasmodium knowlesi, a zoonotic malaria carried by macaques.
Addressing the major nutrition and food-related problems that affect human development and well-being, at national and global levels.
The School is home to an exciting array of research projects of all sizes, working to improve all aspects of public and global health.
Former England rugby players taking part in major study to investigate effects of the sport on brain health.
National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal)
Revealing the changing sexual attitudes and behaviour of the British population, Natsal is one of the largest scientific studies of sexual health and lifestyles in the world.
Patient reported outcome measures (PROMs)
Patients’ views are essential to achieving high-quality health care. Our PROMs research is helping to improve patient care by evaluating the performance of health care providers and guiding NHS reforms.