Explore the School's many research groups, across all faculties and departments.
Campylobacter Resource facility
The Campylobacter Resource Facility uses genome-based technologies such as next-generation sequencing, microarrays and mutants to study the pathogenesis of this microorganism.
Cancer Survival Group
Explaining trends and inequalities in cancer survival at regional, national and international level, including in socio-economic, racial and ethnic groups of the population.
Multidisciplinary team within the Department of Global Health & Development in the Faculty of Public Health and Policy at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Centre For Health Economics In London (CHIL)
We are a world-leading group of over 50 academics working on a diverse portfolio of health economics research, with work ranging from the development of innovative methods and empirical research, to policy engagement and impact.
Child Obesity Research Group International (CORGI)
A journal club dedicated to researching child obesity.
Child Protection Research Group
Bringing a public health approach to prevention of violence in childhood and adolescence, and to improving child protection internationally.
Clinical Trials Unit (CTU)
The Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world renowned centre of excellence in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of clinical trials.
Preparing, maintaining and promoting systematic reviews for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of traumatic injury, including the emergency resuscitation of seriously injured and burned patients.
Commonwealth Eye Health Consortium
Group of eye health organisations from several Commonwealth countries working together to deliver an exciting, integrated, five-year programme of fellowships, research and technology which aims, over the long-term, to strengthen eye health systems and quality of eye care throughout the Commonwealth.
Driving clinical & biomedical research to improve the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of ME/CFS.