School of Biosciences and Medicine
Our mission is to improve human and animal health through top-10 teaching and world-leading discovery and translational research in biosciences and medicine.
Recipient of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize 2017
The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education, the highest accolade for any academic institution, has been awarded to the University of Surrey in recognition of its excellence in the field of food and nutrition.
Number one for food sciences
Our food science programmes are ranked number one in the UK by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 and second in the UK by The Complete University Guide 2019.
We are proud to hold a Silver Athena SWAN award
The School of Biosciences and Medicine is committed to the Athena SWAN principles, recognising that academia will achieve maximum potential by embracing diversity and combatting inequality.
Rhythmic control of angiogenesis in tissue engineering
Funding information:Self funded studentship
The emerging role of cardiac fibroblasts in heart physiology and pathology
Funding information:The successful student will be required to provide their own funding for tuition fees and stipend (living costs). Most of the experimental costs will be covered by the supervisor from current Royal Society and BHF grants, although the student may be required to provide a partial contribution towards bench fees.
Regulation of urothelial and bladder function by oxidative stress – the role of Nox enzymes
Funding information:Accepted candidates are required to pay standard tuition fees in addition to 20% of bench fees. Materials and consumables will be provided.