- RAE score: This department was created in 2012 therefore does not have a score for the 2008 RAE.
- Academic staff: 13.
- Research staff: 15.
- Visiting Professors and Fellows: Aroud 20 per annum.
Current research priorities include the social determinants of national and global inequalities in heath; social, ethical and political implications of developments in psychiatry and neuroscience, and the changing territory of mental health; social aspects and ethical aspects of advanced biomedicine and medical biotechnology, innovation and translation in genomics, stem cells and neuroscience; movements for 'people's health' in developing countries and the implications of transformations to new models of community healthcare; social, economic and policy consequences of ageing populations in developed and developing worlds; social and ethical consequences of capitalisation of healthcare.
Head of group/division
Professor Nikolas Rose
King's College London
MPhil: two years FT, four years PT. PhD: three years FT, four-six years PT. Research degree registration normally only allowed in September.
King’s Building, Strand Campus.
Teaching and research in universities, government and NGOs; policy and regulation; employment in the biotech sector.
Year of entry 2013