Our research

Using sophisticated biological and mathematical analysis techniques to understand the causes of disease and how it progresses

Increasing the chance of survival and reducing complications for patients undergoing cardiac surgery

Targeting new and existing treatments for common mental and behavioural disorders

Improving people's health through nutrition, diet and lifestyle research

Working with patients and members of the public to improve our research

Improving the health of women and their children

Developing better ways to evaluate new surgical techniques and devices

Bringing together researchers with internationally recognised expertise in qualitative research

Applying cutting-edge data analysis techniques to all areas of research

Latest research news

How coronavirus made 2020 the year of the electric bike

7 January 2021

By Professor Ashley Cooper, Professor Angie Page and Jessica Bourne at the University of Bristol ...

Study highlights stark inequality in survival after cardiac surgery between paying and NHS patients

16 December 2020

A new study has revealed paying patients are 20 per cent less likely to die ...