Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences comprises four schools, all working together under a 'One Health' vision, to provide interdisciplinary research and teaching in human and animal health.

Our schools

School of Biosciences and Medicine

We aim to optimise human and animal health for the benefit of society, in the face of global challenges such as ageing populations, disease burden, food security and climate change.

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School of Health Sciences

Our aspirational education and research supports us to deliver the most dynamic, effective and caring healthcare professionals from a school that places innovation, research and passion at the heart of everything we do.

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School of Psychology

The research we do, the interventions we develop, and the teaching and training we deliver are intended to provide maximum benefit to individuals and societies.

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School of Veterinary Medicine

We are creating a vet school that is different. Whilst embracing the traditional values of professionalism, scientific curiosity and clinical excellence, we are also developing a school with broad horizons.

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Introduction to Canine Sports Medicine

  • Saturday 02 Sep. 2017

  • Monday 04 Sep. 2017

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SHARP: Surrey Healthy Ageing Research Partnership open day event for community and staff

  • Monday 04 Sep. 2017

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Learning from the Case of Charlie Gard - panel event

  • Tuesday 05 Sep. 2017

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Our news

News story

A new School of Medicine in the planning stages at Surrey

The University of Surrey has submitted an application to the General Medical Council to host a School of Medicine that will lead the way in training doctors to deliver personalised medicine in a digital age. 

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Press release

Expecting the worst: People’s perceived morality is biased towards negativity

People who are believed to be immoral are unable to reverse individuals’ perception of them, potentially resulting in difficulties in the workplace and barriers in accessing fair and equal treatment in the legal system, a new study in PLOS One reports. 

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