At Sheffield, we're committed to supporting you throughout your entire research journey, to inspire and nurture you to do the research you want to do. Our University has a reputation for world-class teaching and research excellence and offers researchers a variety of opportunities for collaboration and supervision.
In The Medical School, our vision is to achieve research excellence and impact by translating scientific discoveries into meaningful advances that can benefit patients and the general population. This vision is supported by competitive funding from major national and international research bodies including Government, Research Councils, industry and charities. Our research covers themes including cancer, cardiovascular disease, dementia, genomic medicine amongst many others.
Further information on our projects at Sheffield's Medical School and how to apply can be found here.
Our School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) has one of the largest concentrations of world leading health services and public health researchers in the UK, conducting world-leading research in measuring and valuing health and well-being, emergency and immediate care, workforce and extended roles, cancer and public health evaluation. It has earned an international reputation in systematic reviews and health technology assessment.
Further information on our projects at ScHARR and how to apply can be found here.
Through our newly formed Health Sciences School, we conduct world-leading and impactful research across all areas of the Health Sciences School, covering diverse fields such as interactional linguistics, end-of-life care, and binocular vision.
Further information on our projects at Sheffield’s Health Sciences School and how to apply can be found here.
At Sheffield’s School of Dentistry, our research takes place in a highly multidisciplinary environment, unique in placing high-quality fundamental and applied science at the interface of a busy clinical service, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, with an academic mix of biomedical, engineering and social scientists that cover a broad range of themes which underpins our teaching, strengthens our knowledge base and informs the advancement of clinical excellence.
The School of Dentistry contains three overlapping research groups: Bioengineering and Health Technologies (BHT), Integrated Bioscience (iBio) and Person-centred and Population Oral Health (PAPOR), who all sit within four overarching themes that work within the framework of discovery and application of novel research for human benefit.
Further information on our projects at Sheffield’s School of Dentistry and how to apply can be found here.
Our fully-funded PhD programmes open on Wednesday 11th December and have a closing date of Wednesday 29th January 2020.