Our research builds on the outstanding legacy of public health, environmental and forensic sciences, general practice, epidemiology and statistical research at King’s. It encompasses analytics (broadly defined as the discovery and interpretation of meaningful patterns in data) and applied research (broadly using analytics
to propose and evaluate new solutions to societal health problems).
This informs our approach to developing and conducting research that addresses major questions such as long-term conditions, multiple morbidity and environmental impacts on health.
We are forging new connections between pure, social and data science to advance our understanding of disease and improve health and care for patients and populations.
Our research is funded by charities, governments, research councils and trusts. Our major funders include:
We exist to undertake the highest quality research in the fields of environment and health.
We host the National Institute of Health Research Clinical Research Network National Specialty Hub.
We investigate the impact of exposure to environmental chemicals and other pollutants.
We support those preparing proposals for applied health or social care research.
We are the single source of stroke data in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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