UCL has significant strength in ageing research,
particularly in cohort studies, dementia, neurodegenerative disease,
inflammation and biology and animal models of ageing.
UCL is host to a wide range of Population and Clinical Cohorts and Electronic Health Record studies. Each of these prospective and retrospective studies follow a group of people who share a common characteristic or experience.
Avoidable and preventable death and disease are among the major challenges facing the world today. At UCL we are in an excellent position to help overcome the barriers to global health when we work together.
Health economics applies economic theory, models and empirical techniques to analyse decision making by people, health care providers and governments with respect to health and health care.
Established in April 2012, the NIHR SPHR aims to assist in the development of the public health system through public health evaluation and research.
UCL-TB aims to facilitate UCL’s impact on national and global TB elimination by coordinating ground-breaking, cross-disciplinary research across UCL and increasing synergy.