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The Faculty expands the limits of epidemiology and addresses some of the largest public health problems in the world. We are home to the largest grouping of epidemiologists in Europe with research expertise ranging from clinical trials, statistical analysis genetic epidemiology, large-scale observational studies and field trials through to the design and evaluation of clinical and public health interventions in low, middle and high-income countries. We aim to inform the biological understanding of diseases and provide evidence for decision making in public health using methodologically rigorous and innovative approaches.
The Faculty has around 300 academic staff and 150 research students. They work in more than 20 countries on a range of diseases from HIV and cardiovascular disease to mental health. We run a range of popular and respected master’s degree programmes, specialist CPD and short courses.
The Faculty is fully committed to the Athena SWAN Charter and holds a bronze award.
Clinical Trials Unit
The Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is a fully-registered UKCRC Clinical Trials Unit which leads on the design, conduct and analysis of high-quality clinical trials in the UK and internationally. Key research themes include cardiovascular health, emergency care and trauma, adolescent health, prevention of non-communicable diseases and sexual and reproductive health. CTU comprises staff with both subject and methodological expertise.