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Our research is highly interdisciplinary and involves extensive collaborations with departments from all faculties in the College and leading London hospitals, as well as international universities and research centres. There are seven themes:
We offer opportunities to study at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Find out more about the courses available in the Department:
Spotlight: Academic Success
Congratulations to Professor Molly Stevens, Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine who has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for her contributions to materials-based approaches for tissue regeneration and biosensing.
Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.
For more details, check out the NAE's official press release.
Caption: Darshan Shah a Research Associate from Dr Angela Kedgley's research group
Caption: Professor Jimmy Moore and PhD student Samira Jamalian in the lab
Caption: Professor Anthony Bull and HRH Prince Harry at the official opening of the RBL Centre for Blast Injury Studies
Caption: Admiring the cortical and trabecular structure of bone
Caption: Rehabilitation engineering student project demonstrated at project day
Caption: Mr Holloway, academic tutor collects his best lecturer award at a Department celebration.
Caption: PhD student and Paralympic athlete Dave Henson with with running blades