The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health was created on 1 August 2016 when the Faculty of Life Sciences and the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences were brought together in a new, integrated structure.
With a total annual income of over £300 million, and over 3,000 members of staff, the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health is comparable to a medium-sized UK university.
Thirty undergraduate and 90 postgraduate programmes offer our 11,000 students opportunities to develop the skills and knowledge they need for a successful career. Our eight strategic research domains help to articulate our research strengths, drive large-scale, collaborative research activities and strengthen relationships with our research and healthcare partners.
The integration of discovery biology, clinical application and patient care within a single Faculty – particularly in a region with notable health inequality – provides us with a real opportunity to have a very significant and positive impact on people’s lives.
The Faculty's schools, divisions and PSS teams
Information about – and for – the people that make up FBMH
Committee structures and other governance information