One Health, One Medicine research areas
From harnessing digital technology to improve health and food security, to using artificial intelligence to detect cancer, our research aims to have a positive impact on society.
We’re using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to help benefit society through improved healthcare delivery, reduction of livestock disease and much more.
We’re exploring cognition and behaviour across the lifespan in both non-clinical and clinical populations.
We're helping to improve diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of illnesses in people and animals.
We work on a range of bacterial, viral and parasitic neglected tropical diseases including Buruli ulcer, intestinal worms and rabies, schistosomiasis and echinococcosis.
Digital technology is fundamentally transforming the way healthcare is accessed and delivered for both people and animals. We’re at the forefront of this revolution.
Digital Health Technology Accelerator
We’re in the process of establishing a ‘one-stop shop’ for digital health innovation, known as the Surrey Digital Health Technology Accelerator. This will be a place where academics, clinicians and SMEs can come together to create innovative solutions for health problems and test their effectiveness.
At the heart of the Accelerator will be our Clinical Research Facility, Clinical Trials Unit, our world-renowned Sleep Research Centre with a six-bed ward and six individual sleep cabins, and a brand new Dementia Research Institute ‘healthy home’. This ‘healthy home’ will use a host of technologies to unobtrusively record sleep and circadian rhythms, data of which will be monitored and personalised interventions offered by healthcare professionals.