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About us

 

Answering fundamental questions about biology in health and disease 

We apply this to the development of innovative clinical practice, alongside providing a rigorous academic programme for students.   

Our research investigates human health at all resolutions, from the molecular mechanisms underlying disease to clinical trials and medical applications.   

Based at Guy’s and Denmark Hill campuses with over 450 staff, we educate the next generation of researchers, clinicians, and healthcare professionals. Our academic programme of research-enhanced teaching, consultancy and clinical practice is embedded across our five departments.

Development, diversity and inclusion

We are passionate about embedding development, diversity and inclusion into every part of our the School. To do this, we have a School DD&I committee who have implemented an action plan which identifies two priority areas; work flexibility and family-friendly services and career development and training. 

Find out more about development, diversity and inclusion for staff (internal use only).

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Our student community

Our students develop lifelong networks and friendships. Whether it’s taking part in careers and research symposiums, networking with world-class speakers, or contributing to our student blog, you will make connections that will assist your future.

We are linked to the MRC Doctoral training programme and contribute to their integrated and multi-disciplinary approach to medical research.

Our locations

Guy's Campus

We occupy the third floor of New Hunt's House, parts of the Hodgkin Building and several floors in the Tower Wing of Guy's Hospital.

Guy’s Campus, Great Maze Pond, London SE1 9RT

Denmark Hill Campus

We occupy part of the Cheyne Wing in King's College Hospital

Denmark Hill Campus, 16 De Crespigny Park, London, SE5 8AF